When I think of the transfer of cannabis, I think of the caregiver who transfers the materials she/he has grown or purchased to the patient who has them listed under their state registration.
When I think of the transfer of cannabis, I think of the patient who might give some material to a friend.
Being that not all patients smoke; I think of the transfer of cannabis, I think of the foods and topicals that are exchanged for cost.
I never envisioned the Act as a way to make a profit; pay off the house & car; or a smoke store on every street corner. While I may argue the “medical” in “puff, puff, pass; I might say that your lighting up was timely because my pain had been left untreated for a few hours.
When I think of the transfer of cannabis, I think the transfer of material between patients is one of the most important aspects of this Act. This function does something that the Ann Arbor and Kalamazoo laws, or the upcoming discrimination question in Detroit does not do - The legal transfer between registered patients keeps the criminal element out the mix.