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  1. 4 points
    I think that legalization and kicking Schuette to the curb go hand in hand. I can't imagine them together. I doubt Schuette would go along with legalization. He has made it so clear that he hates marijuana in all forms. Hates marijuana stores the most. He must be suffering greatly right now. That thought makes me feel all warm and fuzzy after years of reading his hateful comments about marijuana.
  2. 3 points
    Wild Bill

    Cannabis Cup Michigan

    I would make it a point not to go just so I could avoid the music.
  3. 2 points
    I got pulled over a few days ago in bloomfield hills. I had a few ounces in the car and they could smell it. They asked if i had weed in the car, i said yes. They asked if I had a med card, I showed it to them. End of story. They didnt ask to see it or even how much I had. They said slow down and have a nice day.
  4. 2 points
    Marijuana Growing Guide Free Library Marijuana Growing Guide Free Library helps everyone learn how to grow marijuana plant hydroponics. Welcome, the spirit is to help medicinal cannabis patients and horticulturalists grow the most potent marijuana plants legally possible. Growing marijuana indoors in your own space, greenhouse or outdoor garden is not overly difficult but attention to detail is needed. You will find only the best online information on marijuana seeds, germination, marijuana plant sexing, marijuana growing equipment of today, hydroponic techniques, indoor cultivation, outdoor cultivation, troubleshooting plus a whole lot more. Learn something new and improved to help you do grow better ganja. Use the Grow Guide Index to find specifics on how to grow marijuana right away. Enjoy the best reading library with your favorite big phat joint. Growing Marijuana Tips of the Month: Keep enriching your cannabis plants with fresh air even until the end of harvest, it increases growth rate, hastens maturity and increases yield. Adequate ventilation cycles are a must, weed loves routine. Change your grow lights every year, the color spectrum effectiveness diminishes over time. Don't put old HID bulbs in new electronic and digital ballasts, it'll work but the bulb will fail faster, their incompatible, find the new lights made for the new ballast. Try a few different new fertilizers on a few of your plants to figure out the best fertilizer for your grow garden. When growing hydroponic marijuana use Ph meters, it's important to have the right measurement. Don't wait for color change, use a microscope to see when your plant is ready for harvest, it should have 2/3 balls on the tops of the crystals of THC. Don't go into your grow room during the night cycle, leave it alone. When cutting your plants make sure you sterilize your scissors or clippers, wash your hands regularly, bacteria and fungus contamination is easy. Some growers are now using a fungicide on seeds before and during the germination process. Marijuana Growing Advancements: A growing light revolution has been going on for a few years now, as seen with birth of electronic and digital ballasts which are more compact, weigh less, consume less energy, delivering more efficient energy, create less heat, and save money. Once you understand the marijuana leaf's absorption percentage of each color spectrum, you'll appreciate the ability to customize the light spectrum delivered to your plants in every stage of growth. The world's first real digital bulbs are now being designed and hopefully perfected in the near future. Feminized marijuana genetics refers to a cannabis plant that will not produce any male aspects. 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Everyone must use the information found in this domain for legal purposes only. No one is urged to do anything illegal, this domain is not responsible for any 3rd party actions. Be Safe Stay under your legal amounts, and follow the law as written to avoid and possibly legal risks. Source: http://greenmanspage.com/guides/ Trix
  5. 2 points
    First off nothing in life is free just because someone has the rights to grow 12 plants doesnt mean that they are gaining anything from the deal because they are paying for the starting genetics the soil pots nutrients and the electricity to grow the plants actually offering you a discount on the first ounce sounds like a fair deal. After saying all that the problem I do see is not being able to communicate with your caregiver my patients send me a text I call them within the hour unless im at a doctors appointment or out of town even so I send them a text telling them this my advice to you is next time you talk to them tell them that your not happy with the lack of communication and if it doesnt change then you will be forced to sign with another caregiver.
  6. 2 points

    Med Card Must Match ID Law?

    Just checked with LARA and the address doesn't have to match.
  7. 2 points
    The conflict between state medical marijuana laws and the Federal Controlled Substances Act has been playing itself out in courts across the country. In addition, Congress has passed an act to prohibit the Department of Justice from prosecuting patients and caregivers in medical marijuana states. The DEA and DOJ have taken the position that this appropriations act rider means nothing, and have argued as such in court on many occasions in courts nationwide. Funny, they said we should "change the laws" if we wanted marijuana to be legal, so we legalized medical marijuana. Then they said marijuana was still illegal. So we got congress to protect medical marijuana states. Then the Department of Justice said these laws still didn't apply to them. Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2017 Our client hired us because he felt that his medical marijuana card protected him from this marijuana ticket that a park ranger gave him for possessing his medical marijuana in a national forest park in Michigan. Kayaks? Canoes? The Department of Justice is blind. We filed a motion to dismiss based on the the Rohrabacher–Farr amendment to the Appropriations Act (the appropriations act is how the legislature funds the government departments). The Department of Justice prosecutor fought us on all counts of our motion, forcing us to dig our way out of a bunch of different rabbit holes of other medical marijuana cases across the country. Ultimately, after doing the proper research , filing motions, writing briefs and responses to opposition replies, we finally got the victory our client deserved. The magistrate agreed with all of our well thought out arguments and dismissed the ticket. All this over "three marijuana joints". At least our client was lucky! Noted poet, activist and Michigan native John Sinclair was given 10 years for 2 joints of marijuana in Ann Arbor of all places. Such an injustice brought John Lennon and Yoko Onno to Michigan where he made a song for John Sinclair to protest and demand his freedom from unjust marijuana laws. John Sinclair sat in jail for years before his appeal was finally heard by the Michigan Supreme Court which overturned the draconian marijuana laws. Marijuana was legal again, until the Michigan Legislature reinstated the marijuana laws a few months later. Lessons for all patients and caregivers: Never talk to the police (or park rangers)! Never answer questions! Ask if you are free to go, and then go if they say yes! Always ask for an attorney to be present during any questioning. Always call your lawyer before talking with the police! Never consent to a search! Without consent, the police officer would have no cause to search you. Never smoke in public! The park is a public place. Do not take marijuana with you on or in: Any School Grounds or school bus. Any Correctional facility, or any state or federal government buildings Any Federal Park or land, including border areas with Canada. Any Native American Reservation or Tribal Land. If you want the protections of the MMMA, you MUST stay in compliance with the MMMA. Plant limits, weight limits, etc. Being outside the boundaries of the MMMA could land you in jail.
  8. 2 points
    Michael Komorn

    Plant count

    2 When root balls or root hairs have formed on the cutting. People v Ventura, 316 Mich App 671 (2016) http://komornlaw.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/05/P-v-Ventura.pdf
  9. 1 point
    Sounds reasonable. If you start with: what your caregiver is doing is reasonable, maybe your tone with them will be more productive to having better communications?
  10. 1 point

    Burn Pits

    First I want to say thanks to all who served. I know this is a old thread, but I hope some vet in Michigan who has lung problems from the burn pits gets this message. I would like to place a air reactor in you home for about a month to see if it helps you breathe easier. This is the best air cleaner on the market, It produces hydroxol radicals that combat alot of bad stuff like viruses, bacteria, mold, and more. You can see it at http://theairreactor.com/ I have seen what it can do for other respiratory issues, and just want to see an honest appraisal to see if this will help our vets that have been placed in this situation. Please contact me at jonrange@theairreactor.com
  11. 1 point
    The VA docs had me on such a high dose of fentanyl that it took me 17 months of wanting to die thru detox to get completely off of them.
  12. 1 point
    Thanks blackhorse, I appreciate you, I hope they have a contact
  13. 1 point

    Cannabis Cup Michigan

    I will be there, but not looking forward to the music either.
  14. 1 point
    Wild Bill

    Register to vote!

    If you aren't already registered to vote now is the time to do it. It's easy and painless. Let them know how you want your government to be run. Register to Vote in Michigan If you would like to participate in Michigan elections, you must register to vote with the Michigan Secretary of State, including at any branch offices, the offices of your local city or township clerk, and other state agencies. What are the Voter Eligibility Requirements in Michigan? To qualify for voter registration in Michigan, you must: Be a U.S. citizen. Be a resident of Michigan, and of the city/township you're registering in. Be at least 18 years old by the next election date. NOT currently imprisoned for a felony offense.* *Your voting rights are restored once you are no longer incarcerated. You will need to re-register to vote. When you visit the polling booths to vote on election day, you will need to provide identification, such as your: Driver's license or ID card. U.S. passport. Military ID card. Student identification. Tribal ID card. https://www.dmv.org/mi-michigan/voter-registration.php
  15. 1 point
    Interestingly, young, liberal, men, white skin color, college graduates and people who seldom go to church rate marijuana more morally acceptable more than female, non-white, non-college, conservative and weekly church goers. http://news.gallup.com/poll/235250/say-consuming-alcohol-marijuana-morally.aspx
  16. 1 point
    I've been trying to figure out why all of a sudden Republicans are for legalizing rec. use Then I come across the reasons- 1) they are worried it will drive up democratic turn out in November, AND 2) it'll be much easier to eff up/change if it's passed through a vote now, than if it goes to public vote. Sneaky bass turds
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  18. 1 point
    Courts are not about justice or helping, their main focus is solely to collect fees and fines. Call any court at any time and the information provided on the automated phone system is exclusively about how to stream line payments. Any other concern or question of the court requires you to go through an endless and bottomless rabbit hole of phone tree tag. If , by some miracle you do get through to a live voice, it becomes immediately apparent that the person behind the phone is neither user friendly or ready with answers for the reason why you have called. When did this practice become the norm? When did this unhelpful court attitude become acceptable? Who has empowered these civic employees to be rude and dismissive? What happened to the old adage that the customer is always right? Who told these people that they have an allegiance to anyone other than the people who have business with the court? Think they treat lawyers or law firm employees any differently? HAH! I have to use the same phone numbers and go through the same hoops that any person does when interacting with the court. Except I have to use their voice mail systems. Imagine having to contact a court for a client only to get a voice mail and wait for the system to tell you to leave a message after the tone, only to hear “mailbox is full”. This only happens every day to me, in multiple courts with multiple judges, prosecutors, clerks and even police officers! Courts, prosecutors and Judges all take lunch breaks, but so do all of the clerks, all at the same time. Don’t even bother trying to call anyone from 11:30-1pm. Likewise, Court is over at 4pm, everyone including the clerks leave. There is no automated answering service, just voice mail with full mailboxes after 4pm. There is a small window of time when you are able to get a live person at a court. Between 9:00-11:00am and then 1:00pm-3:45pm. The probation and drug testing industrial complex has taken over the courts. I Represented Client/Medical Marihuana patient in a probation violation today in court. I was not her lawyer at the time she plead guilty and was sentenced to probation. The allegations of the probation violation were that my client had continued to test positive for THC, in violation of the court's order. “Your client can't use medical marijuana while on probation. The Certifying physician is not in the probation departments list of approved doctors.” Generally speaking the court is looking to the following main issues when setting bond; is the accused a danger to the community is the accused a flight risk With these legal principles in mind the judge or magistrate where there's an allegation of a domestic violence case, or an alcohol-related driving case, will conclude for purposes of setting bond they have an interest in protecting the community from a person who consuming alcohol. In that scenario despite being presumptively innocent, allegations of assault and battery or something worse, the court in the interest of protecting the community or because of the defendants “danger to the community” would set a bond with the condition of no contact with the alleged victim. Each of these examples draw from allegations, or the facts set forth in the complaint that resulted in the issuance of the charges. Their intent associated with the elements of the crime or certainly socially with alcohol which is a substance that is not medicinal, and is exclusively perceived as being recreational and subject to abuse, within the court system. In other words the use of alcohol is routinely perceived as the roots or reason or identifiable concern by the court, independent of whether it is needed, identified, or even alleged, is something almost every single court prohibits a person on bond from doing even in cases where alcohol may not be involved. These were the facts... Client was put on probation for an alcohol driving offense. Judge sentenced her to 2 years probation, 10 days in jail immediately, followed by 2 years probation. Outpatient treatment, Alcoholics Anonymous, fines and costs. At the time of her sentencing and prior to commencing the 10 days she paid a $2300 fine. The additional terms of probation were: Report to the probation officer. Complete an intensified outpatient treatment program at Dawn Farms, Participate in alcoholics anonymous, Complete two years of probation. It is important to note, that the court at the time of sentencing entered/ ordered the traditional terms of sentencing which include Upon release from the jail after completing 10 days in jail, the client reported to the probation department as directed to by the court. Upon appearing at the probation department and going through the intake process, my client interacted with her probation officer's assistant. At that time she presented to the assistant to her probation officer her medical marijuana card which was copied and entered into the file. Over the next year ( the first year of her 2 year probation) she proceeded to complete the inpatient treatment program. She enrolled in AA and another Secular program similar to AA called SMART. In fact after enrolling in these 2 programs, she habitually attended 2 times a week for the next 2 years. Additional terms of her probation included write in or non-reporting probation, which required her to call or write in to her probation officer monthly. All of these requirements were completed as ordered by the Court. At approximately the one year mark of her probation, my client got a call from her probation officer, directing her to take a drug test. Of course being a medical marihuana patient, she tested positive for THC. To my client, this was not a suprise because she had let the probation department know was in fact a medical marihuana patient. In her initial intake at the probation department she had made it clear of this status. Furthermore, she believed she had a right to engage in the medical ise of marihuana. 333.26424 Sec. 4. (a) A qualifying patient who has been issued and possesses a registry identification card is not subject to arrest, prosecution, or penalty in any manner, or denied any right or privilege, including, but not limited to, civil penalty or disciplinary action by a business or occupational or professional licensing board or bureau, for the medical use of marihuana in accordance with this act, provided that the qualifying patient possesses an amount of marihuana that does not exceed a combined total of 2.5 ounces of usable marihuana and usable marihuana equivalents, and, if the qualifying patient has not specified that a primary caregiver will be allowed under state law to cultivate marihuana for the qualifying patient, 12 marihuana plants kept in an enclosed, locked facility. Any incidental amount of seeds, stalks, and unusable roots shall also be allowed under state law and shall not be included in this amount. The privilege from arrest under this subsection applies only if the qualifying patient presents both his or her registry identification card and a valid driver license or government-issued identification card that bears a photographic image of the qualifying patient. My client’s probation officer however didn’t see things the same way... Upon learning of the drug test results, the probation officer told my client that she was in violation of the terms of her probation. Your client can’t use medical marijuana while on probation. The certifying physician is not in the probation departments list of approved doctors. This is frankly disgusting. A probation department telling a person which physician they can or cannot go to for treatment? What kind of justice is that? This was all done in the last two weeks of probation for my client. They wanted and waited to violate her right at the end of her probation. Client hired me, I was able to argue the law, got her off the hook for the Violation of Probation VOP and she was able to finish her probation in the mean time, and has been alcohol free for two years and has really changed her whole life around. Although I can’t take credit for that, I am glad happy to see that her right to be a medical marijuana patient was recognized by the court. Victory
  19. 1 point

    Need Help Finding Berrien Co Caregiver

    I'm in Niles. I offer the best meds around. I drive to you if you like. My maximum donation for top shelf is $160 for patients.
  20. 1 point
    I'm in niles! offering caregiver services
  21. 1 point
    same answer as before with the plants above. theres nothing in either act preventing you from enjoying both acts. so it just comes down to interpretation by the police and courts. dont be the first person to try your luck. my advice is to stick to one program or the other.
  22. 1 point
    That depends. Are you currently using or abusing a controlled substance? If your answer is "yes" then you cannot purchase a gun. But, then again, that same question would be asked even if you still had a MM license. Just having a MM license isn't necessarily an admission that you use MM. You may have stopped using it. I don't think you HAVE to use MM just because you have a license. If you ever get tested you could claim that some patients were using in your presence and you probably inhaled some secondary smoke. I don't think that the "authorities" check the MM registry for gun license clearances. But hey, if they ever give you any grief about it tell them to PROVE IT YOU IGNORANT, RIDICULOUS, NAZI, COMMUNIST MUTHERPHUCKERS! Make sure you get their reaction on film. This tactic works well for Donald Trump. Should work for you, too?
  23. 1 point
    I am located in Van Buren County, Looking for 2 or 3 patients to work with. I live 6 miles from Hartford and willing to help you with your needs.