Thanks to the City of San Diego and District 8 Staff.

Location: 30th and Market Street.

A 76 gas station, House of Metamorphsis(a rehab facility for over 25 years and they give great car washes), Tire and Rim shop (that owns all comerical property from 30th to 31st Street) and strip mall anchored by a Pizza Hut (10 plus years), laundary mat and pot house.

It seems that in the Barrio the politicial and voter doesnt beliven in a child's right to walk the streets without being profiled by cops, the reality of proverty and the need to avoid the local gangs is not enough of a challege for the Bario Kids. It seems that the city and voters wanted to add store sites that are allowed to sell the so called legal drugs of marijuana and tabacco and who knows what else is sold there.

Thanks to the city, voters and mindless liberals who do not have pot shops in thier neighborhoods.

If the CCDC can push the homeless to Logan, Sherman Hts and Grant Hill why not add pot shops to the list. So keep coming to the Barrio for your drugs legal and non legal. Depending on who you ask.

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Ras4aReason July 26, 2013 @ 9:49 a.m.

Educate the youth and yourself before posting, it makes you a much better blogger... Here's a collection of research on the therapeutic use of cannabis on specific conditions and the comparison the side-effects of the commonly prescribed drugs versus the side-effects of cannabis.

The following booklets, located here (safeaccessnow.org/section.php?id=135), describe the typically prescribed drugs - many of which cause patients to become un-insurable for long term health insurance and life insurance - where the substitution of cannabis would not...

. Arthritis - . Cancer - . Chronic Pain - . Gastro-Intestinal Disorders - . HIV/AIDS - . Issues associated with Aging - . Movement Disorders - . Multiple Sclerosis -

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RasMarcus July 26, 2013 @ 11:24 a.m.

None of dispensaries that have been targeted by local and federal law enforcement have discovered anything other than state-legal medical patients collectively cultivating cannabis.

Insinuations of "who knows what else is sold there" is nothing short of fear mongering.

Barrio kids would be best served by providing the truth through science, rather than an uneducated blogger's version of reefer madness.

Thank you to all the brave local collectives who provide safe access to the sick and dying despite this type denialism of the human endocannabinoid system. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Endocann...

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Dominated4Life Aug. 14, 2013 @ 1:31 p.m.

I agree, lets teach children about the medical benefits of cannabis and not treat the issue as illegal drugs....

I think its funny the author thinks that "others things" would be sold yet didnt mention a concern for the local walgreens or cvs store.

Does author think the medical cannabis dispensary would allow children inside a dispensary?

Its time for San Diego to create sensible medical cannabis regulations. Join ASA San Diego and help bring peace for patients. www.peaceforpatients.org

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milossd Aug. 24, 2013 @ 1:09 a.m.

Grow your Own and keep it away from nearby schools is all I say.

If you want one next to your home please volunteer your address for consideration for a franchise expansion.

Educate the Youth about legal and illegal drugs? After billions of dollars to fight it and even more to promote it. You must be new to the USA. In CA the youth are not educated they are prepared for a test.

It difficult to trust what comes from the so called researchers when the bottom line is money.

No matter what the cause, $$ can destroy it. Be careful "Collectives"

Wallgreens and CVS or even a supermarket in the barrio? Um you must not know San Diego. They have been invited but no takers. Correction Walmart is in the barrio now.

But thanks for your views, keep your faith.

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milossd Aug. 24, 2013 @ 1:13 a.m.

Good Reads:

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