A Dell? God how 20th C.
Recreational use is now legal in Colorado and many if not all related cannabis issues are now dismissed.
Very amazing to me and we must use this insight to save the four persons charged here in Tucson. Dismiss this case now!
Judges need to contemplate the reparations that will issue when the damned lie that is "Schedule I Cannabis" joins history's dustbin. These atrocities shall NOT stand.
Kill somebody while under the influence of alcohol and maybe you get jail time. Wait until the first case in Arizona where someone is under the influence of marijuana and kills someone. Let's see how much jail time they get.
we got to chase them crazy bald heads out of our town......free the weed....leagleize it allready......overgrow the government....free mark emery!....stop the madness......vote out anyone that stands in our way....no 25 mile rule.......
If they have personal insecurities they must have very small penises.
The court system is set-up to make sure that the privet prison system is profitable and with the least hassle, the person that goes to prison for marijuana is no hassle to confine.
IT'S ALL ABOUT THE MONEY.....and you pay for it.....bend over this won't hurt.
Well some law enforcement like to throw their weight around. It has to do with personal insecurities.
To THINK I bought a home in Colorado 4 years ago.
Although I basically agree with my fellow AZCS member, I do think that the dispensaries will fill a need for the patients who, due to physical disability, or living situations, are unable to grow their own.
Personally, I am reluctant to spend the money on a grow setup which I might only be able to legally use for a few months.
Ideally, I would like to see the dispensaries open AND the 25 mile rule repealed.
LOL !!!! Trying to get the general public to believe it's because of a lack of med's that these dispensaries are not opening ??? There is plenty of very high quality medical grade marijuana available.
The reason these dispensaries are not open is because of A.G. Horne and 11 County Attorney's, all have threatened legal action if any dispensary opens. So the first few dispensaries that open are guaranteed $100,000's of legal and court costs for years to come. That's the real story.
These greedy, corporate operated dispensaries had an Arizona attorney write Prop 203, and, for the first time in US history, snuck in the 25 Mile Rule, which creates the ultimate monopoly. Bottom line, if we do not abolish the 25 Mile Rule, patients will lose the Right to cultivate their own medicine, and the dispensaries will be free to charge record setting prices. Expect $500 to $600+ per ounce, the same quality (hopefully) that a patient can grow for him or her self for less than $300 per ounce, or currently obtain from fellow patients who have excess medicine to share with fellow patients. THE ULTIMATE MONOPOLY, illegal under A>R>S law and the Arizona State Constitution. Imaging if Walmart's attorneys created a new law that states if there is a Walmart withing 25 miles of where you live, it would be illegal to grow your own vegetables or fruit ? Ridiculous, right ?
Let's leave the deceit and misinformation to the government, they seem to have cornered that market.
Meanwhile, it's legal in Colorado to use Marijuana for recreational purpose's if you like.
As I've always said, Arizona is last in every thing they do.
Oh, like the prices are low now. I prefer to buy my meds in Phx. I pay less and the people seem to much more together than the people here in Tucson.
Why do meds cost so much? We can have 2.5 oz every two weeks and most meds are approx $300 - $400 an ounce which means that if a patient acquired their full allotment every two weeks it would cost them between $1500 - $2000 PER MONTH.
That makes the card fee looks pretty cheap.
You are right about the card fee. It's too expensive and out of range for many people. Why is the fee so much?
hello mr smith i could sure use some support on my next court date the police and prosecutor are claiming that even the smallest amount of mmj in your system constites a felony wheter you follow the statue or not.. if what there saying is right everyone with a mmj license is guilty under the slightest degree law . i think bye letting people know how legal card holders are being treated who dont abuse the statue would be a great help i can see if i didnt have the license or if i were caught driving and smoking but to say im intoxicated cause of a lingering amount from days before is outrageous why did Officer refuse to call in my mmj license and futhermore try to say i didnt present my license offcer failed to follow standard prtotocal failed to report i presented my license and just went ahead and arrested me we now know that for a fact i presnted my license based on pre trail interveiwof another responding officer i was pulled over for bad tag but tag was new and had current registration in my car along with current insurance and dl instantly shook down for meth which ive nevr done all zeros on breath test also left the 4 questions about meth out of his report its my understasnding that ia of the police dept did nothing and are planning on testifying against me for calling the complaint line to complain i thought police were sworn to honesty thank you to the police who dont abuse there power. problematic pipe guy
The only way to end federal intervention is to remove cannabis from the Controlled Substances Act. Any rescheduling - even to Schedule IV or V - would extend federal control over cannabis for decades. So far, we have been trying to get cannabis put on Schedule II for 40 years. If we put it on Schedule II, we would be in for another 40-year battle to wrest it from the hands of pharmacists. I do not consider cannabis medication in the sense that other controlled substances are medication. It's an herbal remedy. We should treat it as such. Do you really believe putting cannabis in the hands of pharmacists would abate the federal black boots? Not. Going. To. Happen. That would only put us exactly where we are today - illegal distribution and production would continue and possibly expand, because states might then rescind their MMJ laws in lieu of big pharma distribution and production. Prices would skyrocket, and patients would have MORE trouble getting meds than they do now.
As for scientific studies, we don't need more science to make a decision. There are hundreds of studies from all around the globe - enough to convince the AMA and the American College of Physicians that cannabis is effective. The International Cannabinoid Research Society has been studying cannabis for decades. The science is clear, and it will continue with or without the U.S. federal government's approval.
Republicans are such hypocrites--- they will battle the feds over any issue. Except to protect the rights of sick people who want access to a goddamn non-toxic vegetable that relieves their pain and makes their life bearable. STATES RIGHT MY ASS. They are all political whores and insensitive slugs.
Judge Harold Lee
Laws legalizing medical marijiuana and such is just another means to tax something that has been and should be illegal. Another run amuck by political process. It's already became criminalized here in southern Arizona. Besides it causes more headaches for law enforcement and creates more public employees mooching off the taxpayers.
Why vote, the state lawmakers will not let it happen. They will continue to delay the voters choice like in AZ. People have no true voice
Do you live here in AZ? I doing pain management also, on morphine also and many other things, is it the money for MMJ license ? If so let us know and maybe I & others can help you. Please let us know. O.K.
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