Arizona Medical Marijuana Certifications is coming to Mohave County June 17-18th to see Lake Havasu, Bullhead City, and Kingman Medical Marijuana Qualified Patients Arizona Medical Marijuana Certifications (Arizona MMC), the state’s premier AZ Medical Marijuana center, will be seeing patients in Kingman, AZ June 17-18 at the Holiday Inn Express.
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PHOENIX (CN) – Arizona sued the United States, asking a federal judge to tell it whether the state’s voter-approved Medical Marijuana Act is pre-empted by federal law. Voters approved the Proposition 203, Arizona Medical Marijuana Act, in November 2010. It decriminalizes “medical marijuana for use by people with certain chronic and debilitating medical conditions,” according [...]
Arizona officials have announced that they are taking the state’s medical marijuana law to court. Patient advocates with the Southwest Arizona Patient Alliance were disappointed and frustrated to hear that. Many of the patients who are members of the Alliance said they had been waiting for years to see medical marijuana become legalized. Bob Cherry, [...]
When the state began approving applications for medical-marijuana users last month, officials offered no guidance about where to find pot. Since dispensaries are not yet licensed, more than two-thirds of the roughly 3,300 Arizonans who have permission to use marijuana also have indicated they plan to grow it.
SALEM, Ore. (AP) — Oregon’s medical marijuana law provides a safe-haven for large-scale drug production and trafficking operations, law enforcement officials told state lawmakers Thursday in testimony supporting a proposed overhaul of the system. The bill, proposed by three lawmakers who are former state troopers, would make it harder for people to qualify for a [...]
Much has been made in the mainstream media in recent weeks regarding the federal government’s attempts to intimidate states into dropping their medical marijuana programs. But much less media attention has been paid to the reality that in several states, lawmakers are continuing to move forward with medical cannabis legalization efforts despite the Justice Department’s [...]
Persons involved with medical marijuana–whether they are card-carrying patients or distributors or caregivers–are still subject to U.S. laws that classify marijuana as a Schedule I controlled substance, and that possessing it violates federal laws, according to a letter from the U.S. Attorney’s office in Phoenix. Dennis K. Burke, the U.S. Attorney for the Arizona District, [...]