Map of American Medical Marijuana
In the United States, there are currently 16 legal medical states and the District of Columbia, which currently have laws that have legalized marijuana for medical purposes.
Alaska, Arizona, California, Colorado, DC, Delaware, Hawaii, Maine, Michigan, Montana, Nevada, New Jersey, New Mexico, Oregon, Rhode Island, Vermont and Washington.
You can only acquire a marijuana card if you suffer from a medical condition prescribed by a doctor.
Although many states have approved medical marijuana as an alternative form of multidrug medication, the United States government is still opposed to state laws on voters approved by marijuana.
For example, in a well-written article, there is reason to believe that these marijuana patients in countries that currently allow the use of marijuana for medical purposes are at risk of losing the second change.
The second amendment to the rights is the right to wear arms as a US citizen.
According to the article, the Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms Bureau (ATF) says the patient waives his constitutional right, just letting the state know he wants to take medical marijuana.
The article also states that marijuana medical users have reduced their rights only with a marijuana map.
Here's how ATF sees it:
If you are a medical marijuana patient, you are in violation of the federal code of the Sect. 922 (g) of the Federal Arms Control Act, which mainly states that anyone who is an "illicit consumer or addicted to a controlled substance" is generally prohibited from owning or receiving weapons or ammunition.
The article deserves to be read, which I strongly recommend … and most importantly, if you are applying for a medical marijuana card, it is best to know all your rights and opportunities.
Read the full article here.
In addition to potential marijuana patients who lose their rights for a second correction, there has been a serious assault by California federal agents against marijuana dispensaries across the country; federalists are threatening to close dispensaries and send letters to landlords who warn them about selling the medicine on their promises.
In the letter he warns the landlord that they must comply with it within 45 days to avoid being able to identify their property and they will be sent to jail.
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