Photo 21 Mar HUBBY BARS:
Dark Chocolate
Peanut Butter Crunch
Milk Chocolate Toffee
White Chocolate
White Chocolate Crunch
Milk Chocolate Crunch
Open Everyday from 10am - 7pm
5707 Atlantic Ave Long Beach CA 90805 (On Atlantic & South - Across from Super Mex) **More parking available behind the building on South St!!

HUBBY BARS:

Dark Chocolate

Peanut Butter Crunch

Milk Chocolate Toffee

White Chocolate

White Chocolate Crunch

Milk Chocolate Crunch

Open Everyday from 10am - 7pm

5707 Atlantic Ave Long Beach CA 90805
(On Atlantic & South - Across from Super Mex)
**More parking available behind the building on South St!!

Photo 21 Mar ATS EDIBLES:
5x Sleepy Eye Smoke
5x Bomb Buzz Brownie
4x Snickerdoodle Pack
4x Cheesy Weedy Bits
4x Comatose Choc. Chip Bar
4x Stoner Eye Pie Snickerdoodle
4x Choc. Chip Cookie Pack
3x Fruity Kronic Krispie
Open Everyday from 10am - 7pm
5707 Atlantic Ave Long Beach CA 90805 (On Atlantic & South - Across from Super Mex) **More parking available behind the building on South St!!

ATS EDIBLES:

5x Sleepy Eye Smoke

5x Bomb Buzz Brownie

4x Snickerdoodle Pack

4x Cheesy Weedy Bits

4x Comatose Choc. Chip Bar

4x Stoner Eye Pie Snickerdoodle

4x Choc. Chip Cookie Pack

3x Fruity Kronic Krispie

Open Everyday from 10am - 7pm

5707 Atlantic Ave Long Beach CA 90805
(On Atlantic & South - Across from Super Mex)
**More parking available behind the building on South St!!

Photo 15 Jan ATS TOXIC OG
5707 Atlantic Ave 
Long Beach CA 90805
 Open Everyday 10am - 7pm
 (On Atlantic & South - Across from Super Mex)

ATS TOXIC OG

5707 Atlantic Ave

Long Beach CA 90805

Open Everyday 10am - 7pm

(On Atlantic & South - Across from Super Mex)

Quote 31 Dec

YES! We are OPEN TODAY!! New Years Eve & New Years Day!!

Open Everyday from 10am - 7pm

5707 Atlantic Ave Long Beach CA 90805
(On Atlantic & South - Across from Super Mex)
**More parking available behind the building on South St!!

Quote 25 Dec
**OPEN X-Mas Day 10-7PM!!** SUPER SALE!! LB CON @ 10/g 35. 70. 130. 250!! Happy Hour ALL DAY!!!
Quote 24 Dec

ATS - Alternative Therapeutic Solutions

NEW: Purple Trainwreck, Purple Mango, Jack The Ripper,

BACK: Super Wreck, Purple Rain

5707 Atlantic Ave Long Beach CA 90805
Open 10am - 7pm (Atlantic & South)
Across from Super Mex

**More Parking Behind the building on South St.

Quote 24 Dec

HAPPY HOLIDAYS ATS PATIENTS!!

We are OPEN on Christmas Eve & Christmas Day from 10am - 7pm!!

Come by and visit us to see all of our Holiday Specials!!

—Long Beach Confidential 10. 35. 70. 130. 250.
—6 Gram 8ths on Select Strains for NEW Patients
—5 Gram 8ths on for NEW Patients
—5 Gram on Select Strains for Returning Patients
—4 Gram 8ths ALL DAY Everyday
—2 Gram Savings - Get More For Less
—Grams as LOW as 6/gram
—FREE gifts for Referrals
—FREE gifts Frequency Program at Every 10 Visits
—FREE Raffle Tickets Everyday (Winners get FREE 8ths)

Come visit ATS - Alternative Therapeutic Solutions
Open Everyday 10am - 7pm

5707 Atlantic Ave Long Beach CA 90805
(Atlantic & South - Across from Super Mex)
**More Parking Available Behind the Building On South St!!

Quote 22 Dec

ATTENTION ATS PATIENTS!!

There will be a sign-up sheet available at the waiting room of ATS for any patients that would like to attend the next rally on January 10, 2011!! We are encouraging all of our patients to please wear GREEN!! Transportation from ATS to Long Beach City Hall will be available to the first 25 patients!!

5707 Atlantic Ave Long Beach CA 90805 (Atlantic & South)
Open Everyday from 10am - 7pm

Photo 20 Dec 258 notes thatsgoodweed:

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Quote 15 Dec

HAPPY THERAPEUTIC THURSDAY!!

Councilmen of Long Beach has declared to have yet another meeting postponed until January 10th, in the waits of having all of the councilmen appear as they also wait upon what the Supreme Court decides.

Please help to stay united as we shall continue to support Medical Marijuana!!

THANK YOU to all of the Patients who attended the rally, we are PROUD of you!!

5707 Atlantic Ave Long Beach CA 90805 (Atlantic & South)
Open Everyday from 10am - 7pm

Quote 13 Dec
MEET US AT ATS NOW if you need transportation to the Long Beach City Hall for today’s rally!!
Quote 13 Dec

“ATTENTION ATS PATIENTS!!
The rally is TODAY @ the Long Beach City Hall @ 3:30pm!! There will be a bus for every ATS Patient that wants to attend this rally!! The bus will arrive at ATS @ 3pm. Stand up for what to support Medicinal Marijuana before it’s BANNED!! Everyone’s supported is needed!!

5707 Atlantic Ave Long Beach CA 90805
BUS: 3:00pm for ALL ATS Patients
Rally TODAY @ Long Beach City Hall!!
TAKE A STAND AND STAND WITH US!!”

Quote 11 Dec
Posted: Wednesday, December 7, 2011 12:39 pm
By Jonathan Van Dyke
Staff Writer | 0 comments
The City Council will discuss a potential complete ban on medical marijuana collectives during next week’s council meeting.
Ordinance 5.89, if approved by the City Council, would prohibit “medical marijuana dispensaries and cultivation sites from locating in the city of Long Beach.”
Earlier this year, the appellate court judge who presided over the Pack v. City of Long Beach trial ruled that Long Beach’s 5.87 ordinance was at least partially against federal law — specifically, its permitting process that created a lottery system was ruled illegal.
The potential new ordinance and the repealing of the 5.87 document includes reasoning beyond the court’s ruling. It offers justifications for a complete ban:
“Protecting citizens from the secondary impacts and effects associated with medical marijuana and related activities, including, but not limited to, loitering, increased pedestrian and vehicular traffic, increased noise, fraud in obtaining or using medical marijuana identification cards, sales of medical marijuana to minors, drug sales, robbery, burglaries, assaults or other violent crimes.”
It also says that banning collectives would decrease demands “on police and other valuable and scarce city administrative, financial, or personnel resources in order to better protect the public.”
Violation of the potential new ordinance would be a misdemeanor — fines not exceeding $1,000, jail terms of six months, or both — and it could be enforced daily.
City Attorney Robert Shannon said his office had waited to put the measure on a City Council agenda until all members and the mayor could be present to debate it — but he didn’t think they should wait until the matter is settled in the courts. The City Attorney’s Office has asked the California Supreme Court to take the matter under advisement.
“We think this needs to get done,” he said. “(The court ruling) removes our ability to effectively regulate (medical marijuana), so I think it’s necessary to ban (collectives), at least in the interim.”
The Supreme Court has until about February to decide if it wants to take the case — and even then that could leave the city without an ordinance for about a year, Shannon said.
“There is a sense that an unregulated marijuana industry in Long Beach is not good for public safety and health,” he said, noting the Long Beach Police Department has long held that opinion.
The Long Beach Collective Association, made up of the collectives that passed the city’s lottery process, submitted a “third option” proposal that changes some wording in the current ordinance.
“This document, prepared by our team of attorneys, amends the current ordinance in a way in which we believe allows the City of Long Beach to be in compliance with the rulings in the Pack decision, and allows those collectives that were authorized under the current ordinance to continue to exist,” spokesperson Carl Kemp said in a letter. “The members of our association have sought legitimacy from the start of this ordinance’s creation, and we intend to honor our commitment to the City Council and the Long Beach community at large by self-regulating whenever and wherever possible.”
The Pack ruling mainly contended that certain language and fees in the city’s law were authorizing the sale of marijuana, which is against federal regulations. The lawyers for the Long Beach Collective Association have worked on tweaking the wording, along with including a declaration from the group’s members to voluntar-
ily abide by most of the original rules in the current ordinance.
The issue will go before the City Council during its Dec. 13 meeting as an ordinance change, requiring two readings. It also declares the ordinance as urgent, and it would go into effect immediately on second reading.
Quote 11 Dec

"We’d been reading about it and heard a lot of rhetoric on both sides," Jacobson said. "But there was no real systematic evidence on the topic."

The study examines 21 days of crime reports for 600 dispensaries 10 days before the city’s medical marijuana ordiance was implemented, and 10 days after.

The study compares crime reports in the areas surroundings 430 dispensaries that closed and 170 that were allowed to stay open.

On the blocks with closed dispensaries, crime was 60% greater within a three-block radius, and 25% greater within a six-block radius than on the blocks with open dispensaries, according to the study.

"What our study says is that on average, the dispensaries may not be as much of a crime concern as some would lead us to believe," Jacobson said.

Quote 11 Dec
The report by the nonprofit RAND Corp. reviewed crime reports for the 10 days prior to and the 10 days after city officials shuttered the clinics last summer after a new ordinance went into effect. The analysis revealed that crime increased about 60 percent within three blocks of a closed dispensary compared to the same parameters for those that remained open.

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