Patients in California may access free marijuana. How?

On a beautiful California Friday before noon, a pregnant-looking Charlene Modeste goes out of her L.A. house to meet a driver from the pot delivery service Eaze.

Modeste hasn't paid for the delivery and isn't pregnant.

Modeste, a medical marijuana user who uses roughly a gramme of cannabis oil a day, gets free delivery from Eaze every couple of months.

Cannabis has been a lawfully prescribed treatment in California for more than 25 years, but as a federally prohibited narcotic, insurance companies won't pay for it.

The Eaze Compassion initiative partners with cannabis manufacturers and nonprofits to deliver free items to medicinal marijuana patients in need.

Dear Cannabis linked her with This Is Jane Project, an L.A. charity that aids women and nonbinary trauma survivors.