Would be nice to be able to sign the petition. All it says is that it is at change.org? :-O
" Dr. Sisley is a medical director for an Arizona medical marijuana dispensary"
Could you please list the Dispensary as this one should be and I know. It will be on the forefront in counseling on the administration of marijuana. It is a relief to know that having such a well profile and capable administrator like Dr.Sisley. We will soon see use prescribes frequency and need on the package ?
Don't hide under medical protections and just say I can use as needed whenever wherever however I chose because I say I need. and here is my badge of protection the Medical Marijuana Card.
It dont and wont work that way.
Interesting view on Campus use of Marijuana on Campus. I wonder are they not allowing any kind of edible on campus. With so many psychotropic mind & thought. With Prozac Zoloft even phenobarbital being widely prescribed.
I am sure while these drugs are legal on a federal level illegal use isn't. I dont believe the UofA police or public security administration is going to check every pill bottle, lunch bag, eye dropper for Cannabis.
What I do believe is the UofA does not want a mobile meandering quasi social group of stoners on Campus. We all know the group I walked in this circle for years.
We all know there is so many delivery systems now for the consumption of Marijuana. If this is the case I blame and point to the Dispensaries for not properly instructing as well as the Physician associated with the dispensary. This is a huge failure on dispensaries owners and the support staff. I have family members that have went to and graduated UofA. While inject themselves as medically required clandestinely dont need a group. And was not a social function
The law passed that allowed Medical marijuana was for MEDICAL. While vocal and Rastafarian New Age have been instrumental. The Bob Marley drum beating, smoke lodge, birkenstock, tye dye, dreadlock, theorist wont be allowed on campus as alternative thinking with smoking finding nirvana.
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