This is another reason NOT to vote for CRMLA.
The dispensary want to build themselves a prosecutorial enforcement market that only a few participate. Limit growing license. distribution allow for any governing agency enact their own ordinances on top of the existing 13-3401 which than are not allowed to do now.
So now those agricultural inspection stations that were once manned on the stateline. They can reopen ask do you have any fruits and vegetables or marijuana of any kind. Not only that they can charge the BS, DEPT.of Marijuana License and Controls. for the cost of enforcement. There will be so many state agencies start billing this the AG dept. the other police depts for services done.There goes the tickle for education.
This new agency will price fix, will prosecute, will write rules, will bank, will license, will set standards that are just germain to the market of AZ.
Not a damn thing is written into their initiative for the medical aspects of this agency just a wait and see. The powers that be in the ADA say it is to early to write that we need more informative to make a responsible mission statement. So the AZ voter needs more information on this mission statement.
The rich just get richer. Good work if you can get it. Read up on these rich bad asses that paid off whomever was necessary and stepped all over the competition with even more cash to get that dispensary permit so they could rake in tax free cash. So much for taxes toward "education".
to straight up SELL yes... but they have to prove your reciprocation was more than the cost of what it took to grow it..... patient to patient is actually legal according to the state itself with donations and not sales... donation does not mean sale..... for example in tempe you need a permit to sell art on the street, but if your sign says donations you can set a minimum donation for them to receive a free product.... its not a transaction directly for the cannabis its for support of the grower and the patient just happens to get something out of it....
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