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  1. The first rule in using cannabis, superior to all others, is that you do not tell anyone anything they don't need to know.
  2. Dr. Paul Meyer in Saginaw is a great option. He will not just certify you, but also follow you as your primary care physician if you like. He may or may not be qualified to treat in the specialty pain management medicine. If not he might point you in the right direction. https://www.healthcare4ppl.com/physician/michigan/saginaw/paul-a-meyer-1144236290.html
  3. Certifications are a cash and carry thing. Medicaid, and for any other insurer, is not required by the law to pay for them. You're on your own. Good luck Matt.
  4. Dr. Paul Meyer in Saginaw is an excellent option. He has actively advocated for cannabis in government forums and serves the community exceptionally well. Following patients as their primary care physician is an option, and he sometimes walks into the exam room strumming a guitar. Stay the hell away from physicians who have had their license suspended or revoked. http://www.themorningsun.com/article/MS/20160208/NEWS/160209749 https://www.facebook.com/pages/Meyer-Paul-MD/168405156509746
  5. Hi sweet thing. For a variety of options, try the Genesee County Compassion Club at the corner of Center and Richfield roads in Flint/Burton. http://www.genesee3c.com/
  6. Caps are okay, but brownies are more fun. Hi guys.
  7. My experience is that eating the stuff works best for insomnia. Preparing butter for cooking, using an oz. of cannabis, preferably an indica, in a pound of butter, and using it for baking is great. A Kush variety can't be beat. Eat it a couple of hours before bedtime. Sweet dreams. The most common adverse and dangerous side effect of cannabis is missing you expressway exit. Again. Oh well.
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  9. To further protect yourself under any circumstance, please consider additional record keeping and documentation beyond, but not to exclude, registration. The courts have been firmly corrected in their wayward opinions by the Supreme Court of Michigan, and protections have been established that they are required to recognize, kicking and screaming if they must, but that they must abide by nonetheless. The following blog entry explains:
  10. There is no restriction in sec. 8 regarding the number of patients a caregiver can assist or the number of caregivers a patient can have. The Supreme Court has ruled more than once that sec. 4, which does delineate five patients to only one caregiver, and sec. 8 are separate and distinct in regard to the limitations of sec. 4. The Court is not required to explain why it refused to hear the case. I think it wrong.
  11. The age discrimination issue should be dropped. It is the reason she is in federal court. The company claim of "conduct unbecoming" derives entirely from her medical use of cannabis, and is subsequently illegitimate.
  12. Soo, absent controlling authority under the Commerce Clause, employers and employees do not have standing to bring suit in federal court.
  13. Also see Circuit City v. Adams: https://www.law.cornell.edu/supct/html/99-1379.ZS.html
  14. Well. There is this from Henry: “...state medical-marijuana laws do not, and cannot, supersede federal laws that criminalize the possession of marijuana,...” But is it a matter of jurisdiction? Is not jurisdiction a matter for the state because it is where the claim resides and the defendant is in compliance with the the MMMA? If that question can be resolved to the point that it is a state matter to try the charges under the MMMA, then something like the conclusion in Ter Beek: "For the foregoing reasons, we hold that the Ordinance (and here substitute the term, Outback decision t
  15. Trades and specialized skills that require only short training or hands on experience, viz., apprenticeships and mentored training outside an institution of learning, are all fine and good. I do not, however, see them as adequate to employ the numbers of people manufacturing did in our lifetimes. We do absolutely need carpenters, electricians, coders, et al., and it is, I think, fair to say the labor force is very much saturated with them already. Too many and competition will render those poorly paying jobs. Technology plays too. I remember using a roofing hatchet and sky hooks (and punch ca
  16. I like. Some of the language can be cleaned up and details vetted, but an excellent read nonetheless. I have always wanted to be able to grow it between my corn and potatoes, though I understand the need to keep it from intrusion by unauthorized persons.
  17. An ounce a month average is a generous expectation in my experience, and that counts patients with very serious debilitating conditions.
  18. This IS an attempt to force the market to go to commercial interests. Caregivers have been here years prior, have weathered immense resistance, and have pride of place.Commercial ventures know that full well. Watching them twist in the breeze because they bought into a ridiculous failure would be satisfying to watch. We are a known quantity. If they discount that they were unaware, it is their, not our, doing. They might be expected to carp and whine about us, but that is nothing more than sour grapes, and we can effectively argue that with little effort.
  19. Lots of good stuff. Does the voc ed you mention involve tech training in computers skills like coding? R&D? I remember Roger Smith's comment that GM was not in business to make cars; that it was in business to make money. He delivered the Vega. Quality has improved since, and technology has most to do with that.
  20. GregS


    The reason we have to tighten up.
  21. GregS


    I have thoughts to run things as a non profit, pulling together the people necessary for that. Along with that things would necessarily be flexible while the groundwork is laid. It's entirely a business start up, and I have worked and enjoyed them in my working life in both the private and public sectors.
  22. GregS


    Thanks Mal. That means a lot to me.
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