I don't know for sure, but I thing a lot of why we are not signing up in droves, is the high cost just to obtain the card. If we come to our sense, we can hop on the bandwagon and make it legal for recreation as it should be, we might be able to save enough to patronize the excellent dispensaries we have at our disposal and will need more people to staff them. How's that for an idea?
I have noticed increasingly that MMJ in capsule form is available in California, I don't know yet about Colo and Wash but I sure would like to have that option in AZ. Chances? Available? Where? Cost? It certainly would be a great big plus to have this available. Not to mention it wold make easier on the lungs.
It's 2014 not 1420. Leeches no longer work MMJ does. 'nuff said
From all the pick-pick-picking about Marijuana (too strong, not strong enough, not for human consumption), let's invent a new edible with at least 25% more THC than anything heretofore inhaled (or however), it looks, Mr Smith, as if you have a very long run ahead of you. I'm not sure why you dislike Cheney so much, except for the socially accepted rottenness of everything this "man"? has shown he can be and continues to be.But be that as it may, toke on, puff on and invent as many legal uses for pot as can be found. Your Friend in Weed.
Reminds me of the way I (and nearly all employees in my situation - many years' senority and earning a decent wage) - were summarily "let go" in the Spring of 2009. Our work product was not in question.......our salaries were. The company then hired some very inexperienced people at a greatly reduced salary to replace us. Well, the company eventually went out of business due, in part I am sure, to all their cost-cutting measures and now not only are we still unemployed, but our replacements working for pennies are unemployed also. It seems to me that that is no way to run a business but the companies keep trying with the expectation that cheaper is better. And they all tumbled into the ditch!
Marijuana may be "legal" in Arizona, and certainly the ability to have acess to it is better than not, however, it is way too expensive and the "legality" is only partial at best. Other states (including California) have many more choices of the way this product can be used. In AZ it is "flowers" or "candy" of one sort or another, but there are many more choices that should be incorporated into this "legalization". When one can purchase a marijuana product without interference (as in Colo./Wash., etc.) then, and only then, will we be able to say the product is legal in the state of Arizona. I sincerely hope this matter can be voted on and settled in the November elections. Don't let the label of "mid-term elections" keep you from voting on this very inportant subject.
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