Watching American Canyon wade through the same mess of hesitation and ignorance centered on cannabis regulations that my own community built bridges over themselves hurts not only my sensibilities, but patients' well-being the most.
Serving American Canyon patients, I often hear of their stresses due to transportation, extra costs, and poor service through (what I presume to be illegal) delivery services.
Vallejo has drafted some very sensible regulations, that are publicly available, and it makes no sense to me that American Canyon council people have not already looked to these regulations for guidance. Reading the quotes from those on the dais, one would think we've traveled through time back to the days of reefer madness and have awoken flying through space and time unable to land safely no matter what we do.
Thankfully, people like James Hinton have made themselves available to elected officials to help guide them through these frightening times. I am certain their fears, along with others, shall be subdued if these parties meet to find solutions to their problems.
I would like to make myself available as well. There are excellent resources that could be made available to our neighbors, and I know many of us are eager to help.
Morgan Lindsay Hannigan