Greenfaith Ministry Calls on Churches & Doctors, to Address all Cannabis Issues and Regulation

Nunn, CO (PRWEB) January 25, 2010 Greenfaith Ministry(FEIN #’s 84-1402*** & 80-0510***, CO Charity #20093014664) is calling on all Cannabis Churches and Medical Marijuana aka “MMJ” Doctors to come together. To get oversight of all Cannabis issues. “Shamans, Doctors, and Spiritual Leaders have been in charge of healing all the worlds ailing since the beginning of man, with Cannabis as a major part”, from Dr. Alberto Villoldo – The Religious and Medicinal Uses of Cannabis in China. “The Higher power’s healers and messengers, should have a say in the access to the Higher power’s holy healing Cannabis?, and Cannabis Churches need to be considered in all the oversights with all cannabis issues not just MMJ.” Greenfaith Ministry wants all Cannabis Churches and MMJ Dr.s as a community in whole, to ask the people of their local areas and nations to support them in their compassionate spiritual/natural healing of all

California Medical Cannabis Compliance Lawyer Recommends Collectives and Dispensaries Get Compliance Checks to Address Recent Federal Concerns

Crescent City, CA (PRWEB) January 21, 2012 The four US Attorney?s offices in California have recently ratcheted up federal pressure and scrutiny of the state?s medical marijuana industry. They have issued letters to growers, dispensaries and landlords renting to these operations, threatening to prosecute them under federal law, regardless of their standing in state law. Many people in the industry found the closures arbitrary, but a recently leaked internal memo from the US Attorneys? office regarding marijuana enforcement reveals several factors that may trigger prosecution. California medical cannabis compliance lawyer Chris Van Hook, founder of the Clean Green Certified medical marijuana inspection program, says dispensaries or private collectives that want to avoid being flagged by the US Attorneys should get a compliance check by a qualified attorney to eliminate any business practices that may put them at greater risk of prosecution. Van Hook points out there are some understandable