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  1. 3 points
    The MMMA has drafted 15 new petitions to add qualifying conditions to the MMMA. Each of these petitions cites the required peer-reviewed studies, which provide ample evidence of the efficacy of marijuana to treat the condition. The last step before submission is to complete the cover sheet, which includes a petitioner name and contact information. Michael Komorn will be the secondary contact, in case there are any legal issues with the petition. While we do already have a volunteer petitioner for the new autism petition, the rest are still open. Please submit your name to be a petitioner on one or more of the following conditions: 1. Anxiety 2. Arthritis 3. Central Nervous System injury 4. COPD 5. Diabetes 6. Digestive tract disease 7. Fibromyalgia 8. Heart disease 9. Insomnia 10. Menstrual cycle 11. Opioid dependence 12. Organ transplant 13. Pain 14. Parkinson’s disease Please contact myself or t-pain via PM if you want to get involved. chad@komornlaw.com
  2. 3 points
    We are proud to announce our support for Dana Nessel as Michigan’s next Attorney General. I have known Dana for many years , both while working for the Wayne County Prosecutor's Office (handling complex criminal prosecution) and in private practice. She is recognized within the attorney community to be an exceptionally skilled attorney. Most importantly she stands behind Michigan’s ballot initiative to treat marihuana like alcohol, and the voters initiative of 2008, the MMMA. It is time that the leading law enforcement agent in the state of Michigan support the People's will and desire to develop reasonable policies regarding marihuana reform in Michigan. We encourage anyone interested in making Michigan Green to show up at a future campaign event and hear it for themselves. In case there was any questions as to the carnage caused by the current Attorney General, here is the evidence it is time for a change. Dana Nessel for Attorney General 2018. Opinion #7259 - coops.pdf Opinion #7261 - smoking ban.pdf Opinion #7262 - return seizures.pdf Opinion #7271 - child protection.pdf
  3. 3 points
    t-pain

    Almost had electrical fire

    I had a 220 intermatic timer melt on me. i think it arc'd due to bad/lose connection on the plug, possibly because of corrosion on the hottub plug. good reason to follow the recommended rules of grow rooms. glad you didnt lose anything important! do we have a list of tips? theres some in some grow books. count your amps. do not use any wires with cuts or nicks in them. touch wires after they are on for a time to see if they get hot. keep wires and cables tied and above the ground if possible. do not run extension cords over carpet. keep fire extinguishers up to date and handy. check smoke detectors on a regular basis.
  4. 2 points
    blackhorse

    Security Camera's

    Well I changed my mind again, ordered the Lorex wireless from Lorex. I may regret the purchase, but I need a system in place asap. Thieves have already struck, and now only got 3 to 4 more weeks before harvest. I will keep everyone updated on how they work out. Got fingers crossed. Thanks to everyone for the info.
  5. 2 points
    Wild Bill

    Security Camera's

    These have always worked well for me.
  6. 2 points
    Maybe the ones making the money are the ones telling lies to their supposed 'friends' out of state that think they are silent partners but really are cash cows to be milked? There's always these stupid cannabis pyramid schemes. Daisy chains. Empty promises of future gold. It comes down to who actually has the cannabis when you strip away all the thought up schemes about all that money to be made. The meek and humble grower, just doing their work, is the only one who is worth anything to anyone. All the rest are just climbing on our backs.
  7. 2 points
    With all the added expense that a retailer is going to pay prior to ever having Cannabis for sale in a storefront, what will an ounce cost at retail? If it is more than $75 I will continue to grow my own and I highly suspect that I won't be the only one. People seem to think that it will be raining money in the cannabis business. I suspect that it will not be as lucrative as many believe. I find this kind of amusing.
  8. 2 points
    leavingfla

    Vape Kits vs. Vape Pen?

    Love my Mighty by STORZ and BICKEL for vaping bud
  9. 2 points
    I would think that you need to be bonded and have a felony free background so you can be armed from what I understand wasn't there talk of armored vehicles as well? If legalization passes im going to be looking into investing in a storefront as a silent partner meaning cash but not any medicine im going to keep my patients and my card valid and still provide for others via the MM law..
  10. 2 points
    Lupus is covered under the pain petition or chronic pain, as well as possible arthritis petition. If / when LARA rejects the generic pain petition, we will split it up. Then we'll do a lupus petition i think. i'm working on the Tourettes petition now.
  11. 2 points
    There is a cover sheet to be completed with the petition which requires contact information and a signature, that is all, really. It is best to go to Lansing and give testimony also, but we can assist with written testimony if that is impossible.
  12. 2 points
    those are the petitions that are already completed. if you have a suggestion for another condition, we might be able to whip a petition up for it. most of the conditions are either supported by the patent that the US DHHS owns on cannabinoid treatment https://www.google.com/patents/US6630507 and/or the IOM 1999 report (the same report the MMMA cites in section 2, mcl 333.26422) https://www.nap.edu/read/6376/chapter/1 by using these two government owned sources, the panel and department , when making a determination on new conditions, will have to argue with The United States Of America As Represented By The Department Of Health And Human Services or the Institute of Medicine. your condition does not have to be included in either of those reports of course. menstrual cycle is not mentioned in either report. it always helps to have more sources affirming the benefits of marijuana for your condition. so what condition did you want to add?
  13. 2 points
    A ballot measure could decriminalize psilocybin – known colloquially as "magic mushrooms" – in California as early as 2018. Filed at the state Attorney General office on Friday, the initiative would exempt adults aged 21 and over from criminal penalties for using, possessing, selling, transporting and cultivating psilocybin. Before California voters can vote on the measure, at least 365,880 signatures will be required to put it on the 2018 ballot. http://www.sfgate.com/bayarea/article/Magic-mushrooms-could-be-legal-in-California-as-11973494.php
  14. 2 points
    mishigami bear

    Vape Kits vs. Vape Pen?

    Let's take a step back. What do you intend on vaping? Bud, wax, or glycerin cartridges? Each medium has a different kind of vape mechanism. I have vaped bud with a Pax and have enjoyed it. I've tried vaping wax (also called shatter or BHO) with various types of vape pens, but that really irritated by lungs. I have never tried the glycerin cartridges. I would recommend trying out someone else's equipment before purchasing your own.
  15. 2 points
    We discussed this issue last night on Planet Green Trees. I am not impressed with the dispensary advocacy so far. Still completely willing to trash caregivers and call them the black market.
  16. 2 points
    The way I see it is we have some fore fathers that did some things that might not be something to be proud of. You would have had to know the relationship they had with their slaves. You would have to have been there. To equate the things they did that might be suspect to that of the treason and murdering of our fellow citizens by people like General Lee is just not a good comparison, to say the least. People just need to understand that the secession of southern states because they wanted to keep slavery going, causing our civil war, was a very bad idea to begin with and those that took the ball and ran with it are not American Heroes. They are the opposite, they are American Villains. We can't even get them to understand that the civil war was fought over slavery. They have wrapped that fact up in toilet paper like a turd mummy, trying to hide their terrible past motivation. The fact that they hide from the truth like that shows they understand the embarrassing stance they had back then and find it too terrible to admit now .... Just like they pretended to not know what "Make America Great Again", really meant. It's very thinly veiled ugliness. This is obviously one of those times in history where things had to get worse to get better. Display the king in public with no clothes on to show the ugliness for what it is. We all know the story and the moral. It's one for the masses. For the whole world to watch.
  17. 1 point
    Wild Bill

    First positive dispensary experience.

    I only purchased some candy and some shatter. The herb I looked at seemed decent although some of it had clearly been mechanically trimmed so their were no visible trichomes. Smooth round nuggets instead of normal buds. I'm guessing that was where the jars of kief came from.
  18. 1 point
    Kingdiamond

    Security Camera's

    You can always get conduit that is waterproof and bury the cables .
  19. 1 point
    blackhorse

    Security Camera's

    After reading comments on the wireless cameras, I am now looking at wired cameras. Thanks for all the input, as you can tell this is new to me. I'm going to look at a system that I can put the receiver in the barn, hard wire the cameras to the receiver. Either leave it as a stand alone system or look into running a wire to house into the computer. (preferred way) More info as I research some more.
  20. 1 point
    times are changing but they still could have ratted out some people for such a low sentence
  21. 1 point
    Restorium2

    Security Camera's

    Nope. Wireless don't work very good from what I have heard. It's not that hard to run 100 feet of wire. Glad I caught you before you bought the wireless.
  22. 1 point
    Restorium2

    Security Camera's

    I like the Night Owl brand. Pretty much the same. You can watch them from your smart phone. Best Buy has the Night Owl on sale right now.
  23. 1 point
    But thing is Bob its guys like these two that were clearly gaming the so-called grey area makes us all look like pot profiteers there is nothing grey about having that much dried usable product on hand our law states 15 ounces if you had another 15 on hand you might be able to claim uninterrupted supply but 55 and 25 pounds is pushing it .
  24. 1 point
    Restorium2

    Vape Kits vs. Vape Pen?

    No problem. They look almost exactly the same but do not work the same. Everything from balloons, to chambers, to vapes, the Chinese are fabricating exact look alikes that are out of size specs and just don't work properly.
  25. 1 point
    Rabhi: Protect Medical Marijuana Businesses, Patients from Regulatory Overreach Bill would allow existing businesses to apply for licensure without shutting down Tuesday, September 12, 2017 LANSING — State Rep. Yousef Rabhi (D-Ann Arbor) announced a bill today to prevent existing medical marijuana dispensaries from being shut down by licensing delays. Last year, the Legislature passed bills to license medical marijuana businesses such as processors and dispensaries and to give local governments control over whether to allow such licensed facilities to operate in their municipalities. However, the bills did not specify a process for licensing medical marijuana businesses that are already established. The Medical Marihuana Licensing Board said today that existing businesses must close by Dec. 15 if they want to seek licensure. Because license applications will not be accepted before that date, businesses will be forced to shut down for an indefinite period while they wait for their applications to be processed. “These businesses are caring for hundreds of patients and have invested in our communities by buying equipment, developing facilities, and training workers,” Rep. Rabhi said. “They should have a chance to show that they meet the licensing requirements without being penalized for investments they made before the licensure legislation was passed. Small businesses can’t afford to be shut down for months by unnecessary bureaucratic procedures.” Rep. Rabhi’s bill would establish a timeframe for processing the license applications of existing medical marijuana businesses, and would allow existing businesses to continue operating while their applications are processed. Otherwise, all of the licensure requirements would remain the same. The bill also clarifies that current businesses who apply before February will not be barred from licensure solely on account of having operated without a municipal enabling ordinance before this became a requirement. Municipalities would retain their control over whether to allow licensed medical marijuana facilities. “Shutting down responsible and beneficial businesses before they have the chance to apply runs counter to the goal of providing reasonable guidelines for medical marijuana businesses,” Rep. Rabhi said. “My bill provides a path for existing businesses to become licensed. Communities will have a choice of allowing medical marijuana businesses to operate or not, and many communities want to see these jobs and small businesses protected.” Rep. Rabhi is continuing to seek legislative co-sponsors for the bill, which he plans to introduce on Thursday.
  26. 1 point
    Wonder how much $$$lobbying/bribing it took to get this in writing? What's crazy to me is how obviously crooked the writers of the law are and how powerless they think the feds are when they take bribes to write this stuff: a small section in Iowa's new medical marijuana law that requires the state, before the end of the year, to license up to two "out-of-state" dispensaries from a bordering state. Those entities would have been expected to bring cannabis oil into Iowa in order to sell it.
  27. 1 point
    hawaii added lupus to its mmj program http://health.hawaii.gov/medicalcannabisregistry/general-information/
  28. 1 point
    matt79

    Almost had electrical fire

    All good ideas thanks guys. I spoke with an electrician and he said that this happens all the time, probably due to a bad/loose connection or maybe from an internal failure in the receptacle. He also said its very rare that it could cause a fire. I think restorium is on the money. Im glad it wasnt worse
  29. 1 point
    Restorium2

    Almost had electrical fire

    That's where it always happens, right at the plug. Plant lights, Christmas lights, any appliance that draws a lot and gets plugged in a lot. The weight of a heavy cord, the weight of a timer. Over time the connection will fail, and when it does you get arcing and melted plastic. Set up your plugs in a way so that when this happens it just burns up the plastic and nothing else can catch fire. That is exactly why plugs are in metal boxes. This stuff happens. I've had it happen on my Christmas lights, on air conditioner plugs, on my plant light extension cord, and once on a timer. Do your best to have all of your plugs getting a nice tight connection and keep flammable items away from plugs. That's the answer to this problem.
  30. 1 point
    AmishRnot4ganja

    Almost had electrical fire

    I have had one of those timers melt a plug into its socket. I couldn't get the plug out and the timer quit working. I have never had the problem on any of my other timers although they do seem to run hot. It must be a defect in some of the timers.
  31. 1 point
    Restorium2

    Full MMFLA Board meeting Video

    As they discussed voting on the proposal, Chairman Rick Johnson sided with Don Bailey on the issue. “I agree with Don, they are illegal…” he began. Everyone is innocent until proven guilty. Do a criminal background check, exactly like what it takes to qualify as a caregiver, and that is that. As much as I dislike people who bust bigger moves than I do getting away with it, they got away with it. Law enforcement can't just point fingers. They have to gather evidence and make a case. Take that to court and win. Then they have a felony conviction and those people don't qualify to legally supply anyone with medical marijuana. Those are the rules. So sit down and shut up with this slander Michigan State Police whatever Bailey.
  32. 1 point
    you can tell just how corrupt everything is when the government holds a public meeting at a golf club.
  33. 1 point
    Ignore the conclusion in the headline (because I think it is entirely too simplistic), but there are important facts within this article that those interested in the cannabis business should know. This will never happen, for obvious reasons. This is because it is an active law enforcement investigation, exempt from FOIA. I can make more comments, but the entire article has lots of facts that people should know before attempting to get involved with the new commercial medical marijuana program, even if the conclusion of this lawsuit isn't ultimately proven. http://www.thecannabist.co/2017/09/01/doj-irs-marijuana-secret-investigations/87255/
  34. 1 point
    We all know that Jeff Sessions wants to shut the whole cannabis industry down, little by little he is succeeding. So far. I don't think he can be stopped. Wasn't He In "Deliverance" . the Banjo player ???
  35. 1 point
    WTF did they expect when they decide what, when, and how a doctor can recommend a medicine like cannabis? There's no other drug where a doctor gets told what he can prescribe it for. Unfairness gets met with ways around the unfairness. Build a dam and folks will find a way around it. If they treated us fairly we would just use our regular doctor to recommend it with a smile that's not full on nervousness. Our doctors are not the ones who should be embarrassed. Some of this is civil disobedience in the face of discrimination and unfairness which looks like it's just to make the unfair folks some money on down the line. I'm not going to leave out the folks who discriminate just out of hate. We have our share of people who just hate us and say that good people don't smoke marijuana. "If the physician is licensed and fills out the paperwork correctly, that would qualify someone to receive a card," said Andrew BRISBO, the director of the licensing division in LARA's Bureau of Professional Licensing. "There's really nothing else in the statute that authorizes LARA to do any further auditing of that, or further enforcement or validation." With that said, why did LARA audit to the point of knowing exactly where and when one doctor did his recommendations? That is unauthorized by The MMM Act OF 2008, and is criminal activity with a press release to prove it.
  36. 1 point
    First: your flowering plants. Yellowing leaves are not unusual at six weeks into flower. In fact, I shoot for yellowing leaves at six weeks. The only thing I am concerned with at that time is the color of the new growth on the buds. I couldn't care less about the shade leaves at that stage. I cut most of them off. I stop feeding at six weeks (for 8 week plants) and just give them water until harvest. Less chlorophyll in the buds = milder smoke. Be concerned with the color of the buds only. Cloning: mother plants will develop yellow leaves after a while. No concern. Cut them off and carry on. I replace my mother's every 4-5 months. They just get too old. Some plants are just hard to clone. There isn't anything you can do about that. I now concentrate on keeping only plants that are easy to grow and clone. If they display any problem areas I dump them and move on to other strains. There are a lot of great stains out there that are also easy to grow. Why waste your time? Oh. I also keep bonsai mother's. They never get over two feet tall. That mother in the picture looks big.
  37. 1 point
    Long time bro-hammer , glad to hear from you
  38. 1 point
    I haven't been on this site in forever! I mostly just use facebook now. I'd love to connect with anybody that would like to connect. My Facebook Friend Me! I also have a silly little website I'm working on if you want to drop by. It's Neal Aaron Studzinski I spent countless hours on this forum back in the day. I put up a ton of pictures. Look up my past. Peace to all!
  39. 1 point
    bobandtorey

    My PM doc was busted

    | AUGUST 24, 2017 CATEGORY: PRAIRIE OPINIONS Norman-A study published on August 9th by researchers out of the University of Mississippi shows that cannabidiol, a nonpsychoactive derivative of cannabis, successfully blocks the opioid receptors in the brain, effectively halting the “reward” component of opioid use that leads to addiction. From the abstract: “This study sought to determine whether the cannabis constituent cannabidiol attenuates the development of morphine reward in the conditioned place preference paradigm. Separate groups of mice received either saline or morphine in combination with one of four doses of cannabidiol using three sets of drug/no-drug conditioning trials... ...when administered alone, this dose of cannabidiol was void of rewarding and aversive properties. The finding that cannabidiol blocks opioid reward suggests that this compound may be useful in addiction treatment settings.” The conclusions of the research have, so far, not received as widespread attention as seems to be deserved, considering the implications for how to approach the devastating opioid epidemic currently sweeping the country. The study is also not the first investigation into the effects of cannabis in the treatment of opioid addiction. A review of the current literature reveals that cannabidiol attenuates the cravings and other withdrawal symptoms associated with opioid addiction. A 2015 study, “Cannabidiol as an Intervention for Addictive Behaviors: A Systematic Review of the Evidence”, found preliminary evidence of CBD’s importance in mitigating stimulant reward receptors, allowing for a far smoother transition out of addiction. Marijuana’s effectiveness in treating addiction isn’t limited to heroin alone, but also addiction to other hard drugs such as cocaine and meth. In a study published in 2013 by the National Institute of Health, researchers found that “cannabinoids modulate brain reward systems closely involved in stimulants addiction, and provide further evidence that the cannabinoid system could be explored as a potential drug discovery target for treating addiction across different classes of stimulants.” Meth addiction in particular may be effectively treated with cannabis during the critical detox stage that addicts must endure in order to successfully free themselves from dependence on the drug. The anxiety and depression that the addict endures during detox can be successfully treated with marijuana, dramatically decreasing the probability of relapse. Research into the medicinal benefits of marijuana, however, is hindered by its Schedule 1 classification, which means that, for a truly systematic study into the limits of its medicinal potential, researchers must cut through a veritable Gordian Knot of red tape. Which means Congress must act to remove the archaic restrictions that surround the plant. Attorney General Jeff Sessions in particular has been at the forefront in a renewed effort to halt further research into medical marijuana. Sessions, along with the Department of Justice, has halted more than 25 applications for the cultivation of cannabis for the purposes of medical research. Despite the retrograde attitude of the current Administration, the research appears to prove conclusively that the key to ending the opioid epidemic is to unleash marijuana’s potential. Weaning addicts off of opioid-based painkillers and heroin via THC-free cannabidiol, while simultaneously fast-tracking cannabis-based painkillers to replace prescription heroin would be a good starting point. But cannabis, a drug that has been proven to treat everything from depression, severe childhood epilepsy, post-traumatic stress syndrome, chronic pain, and overall well-being with virtually no side effects, has been viewed as a last resort for many lawmakers. http://www.reddirtreport.com/prairie-opinions/medical-marijuana-“exit”-drug-opioid-addiction-new-study-shows For the ones that don't know Cannabis can and does help but you got-an want too first
  40. 1 point
    t-pain

    In-home possession limit changes

    arrests are down 80% in washington and colorado since legalization, bob. LEGALIZATION CHANGES EVERYTHING.
  41. 1 point
    All the more reason to take down the monuments to slavery so we can all move on. Negro Race????????????? How many people are 100% any ethnicity? I bet a lot more folks are part black than realize it. And a lot more black folks that are part something else. There really is no 'Negro Race' anymore. Time to mix it up, admit it's already mixed up, and move along.
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    Many on this site might remember the man who did the voice for the Belle Tire mascot was Rube Weiss. He was also the voice of Detroit Dragway (Sunday! Funny Cars!), Santa Claus in the Hudson's Thanksgiving Parade, Shoutin’ Shorty Hogan on the Soupy Sales show and numerous other voice gigs both here and nationwide. He was also the father of musician Don Was. Dave Dixon did a spot on impersonation of Rube Weiss using a phrase that they taught at Specs Howard, "Talk like Rube Weiss, keep your throat tight like a vice". https://goodmenproject.com/featured-content/the-man-with-the-big-voice-wcz/
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  49. 1 point
    in 06/05/2009 there were 1,422 patient registration cards issued. in 11/23/2009 there were 5,778 patient registrations issued. in 12/11/2009 there were 6,439 patients registered in 01/27/2010 there were 8,004 patient registrations issued. in 04/06/2010 there were 11,835 in 05/28/2010 there were 17,362 in 07/02/2010 there were 20,548 patient registrations issued. in 08/27/2010 there were 26,387 patients registered in 11/24/2010 there were 43,292 patient registrations issued. in 03/11/2011 there were 59,950 patients registered in 05/06/2011 there were 75,521 patients registered in 06/10/2011 there were 80,829 in 08/05/2011 there were 96,399 patient registrations issued in 10/31/2011 there were 120,597 registered patients in 01/31/2012 there were 131,483 registered patients in 09/30/2012 there were 121,043 active registered qualified patients. in 11/30/2012 there were 126,201 active registered qualified patients. in 12/31/2012 there were 124,417 active registered qualified patients in 01/31/2013 there were 126,739 active registered qualified patients. in 02/28/2013 there were 131,861 active registered qualified patients. in 04/13/2013 there were 135,267 active registered qualified patients. in 05/31/2013 there were 128,441 active registered qualified patients. in 12/04/2013 there were 118,368 active registered qualified patients. ( LARA fudging the numbers in 2013) in 2013 there were a total of 129,822 active registered qualified patients [10] in 09/23/2014 there were 146,811 patients (as reported by procon)[3] in 2014 there were 147,283 patients [10] in 02/15/2015 there were 165,000 active registered qualified patients [1] in 04/22/2015 there were 175,000 registered patients [2] in 07/11/2015 there were 177,000 registered patients [5] in 11/14/2015 there were 178,629 active, registered medical marijuana patients.[6] in 09/30/2015 (or jan 4 2016) there were 182,091 active registered patients according to LARA in 6/01/2016 there were 203,889 registered medical marijuana patients [8] in 9/20/2016 there were 211,000 registered medical marijuana patients [9] in 10:30/2016 there were 204.018 registered medical marijuana patients [10] in 04/29/2015 there were 150 registered minor (under 18) patients [4] in 07/11/2015 there were 197 registered minor (under 18) patients [5] in 11/23/2009 there were 1,753 applications denied in 12/11/2009 there were 1,981 applications denied in 01/27/2010 there were 2,501 in 04/06/2010 there were 3,500 applications denied in 05/28/2010 there were 4,667 in 07/02/2010 there were 5,119 applications denied in 08/27/2010 there were 6,650 applications denied in 11/24/2010 there were 9,102 applications denied in 03/11/2011 there were 12,090 applications denied in 05/06/2011 there were 14,374 applications denied in 06/10/2011 there were 16,266 in 08/05/2011 there were 18,783 applications denied in 10/31/2011 there were 14,288 applications denied (did lara mean 19,288?) in 01/31/2012 there were 22,550 applications denied in 09/30/2012 there were 28,226 applications denied in 11/30/2012 there were 30,250 applications denied in 12/31/2012 there were 31,260 applications denied in 01/31/2013 there were 32,383 applications denied in 02/28/2013 there were 33,747 applications denied in 05/13/2013 there were 25,788 applications denied. (i think LARA typed 25 instead of 35 here) [0] most of the 2009-2013 statistics come from here :http://www.michigan.gov/mdch/0,1607,7-132-27417_51869---,00.html [1] http://detroit.cbslocal.com/2015/02/13/michigan-bills-would-legalize-medical-pot-dispensaries-drug-alternatives/ [2]http://mjbizdaily.com/michigan-medical-marijuana-renaissance-underway-as-industry-quietly-booms/ [3]http://medicalmarijuana.procon.org/view.resource.php?resourceID=005889 [4]http://www.mlive.com/news/ann-arbor/index.ssf/2015/04/u-m_poll_shows_most_are_ok_wit.html [5]http://www.freep.com/story/news/local/michigan/2015/07/18/medical-marijuana-cannabis-autism-seizures-cbd-thc-stoned-prohibition/30360041/ [6]http://www.crainsdetroit.com/article/20151114/NEWS/311159957/number-of-registered-medical-marijuana-patients-in-michigan-grows-in [8] http://www.grbj.com/articles/print/86224-medical-marijuana-industry-likely-to-expand [9] http://wlns.com/2016/09/15/michigan-house-passes-medical-marijuana-laws-and-regulations/ [10] http://audgen.michigan.gov/wp-content/uploads/2016/11/r641043516-0102.pdf
  50. 1 point
    I have invested a lot in Legal marijuana, unfortunately I can't quit consuming the stock.
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