Californians to Regulate Medical Marijuana (CRMM), a coalition or patients, cultivators, workers, and other medical cannabis stakeholders, strongly supports sensible regulation for medical cannabis in California. Research and experience show that effective regulation preserves safe and dignified access to medicine, while mitigating adverse impacts on our communities. California voters directed their elected officials "to implement a plan for the safe and affordable distribution of marijuana" when they approved Proposition 215 in 1996, but state lawmakers have yet to adopt a comprehensive regulatory program. In response to divergent interpretations of the law and inconsistent enforcement across the state, patients, local governments, the Attorney General, and others are calling on the state legislature to finally heed the voters' call. Regulation makes sense for everyone in California.