By Morgan Fox
AB 258 passed both the California Assembly and the Senate by overwhelming margins, sending the bill to Gov. Brown
for his signature. This compassionate bill would prohibit hospitals from denying medical marijuana patients organ transplants simply because of their choice of medicine. Hospitals, clinics, and members of the medical community who do not support medical marijuana should not be able to kick people who are already down by denying them lifesaving treatment.
The California Assembly passed AB 258 with a 62-12 vote, and earlier this week the Senate passed the bill with only one vote in opposition. Clearly, both Californians and their legislators believe in protecting patients from discrimination based on their choice of medical treatment. The bill now needs only Gov. Brown’s signature to become law.
If you are a California resident, please take a moment to ask Gov. Brown to sign AB 258 when it reaches his desk.
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Via:: Marijuana Policy Project