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  1. blackhorse

    Moving north

    I turned in FOIA for the Opt-out resolution. Got a call back from supervisor and he must have talked to someone cause he changed his tune completely. He finally stated they had no control over patients and caregivers growing. This I already knew and nice to hear him reverse his words. He ask why I had called him and I reminded him that an ordinance they have stated limiting patients and caregivers growing. If I had not contacted MMMA, I probably would have just started looking in another township for the home. The supervisor originally said the opt out was for all marijuana operations, which included patients and caregivers. Glad to get this straightened up. Now we can schedule a view of the home. The home has a garage with an upstairs which would be great for a grow. Room for some mother plants too. Thank you again Michael!
  2. blackhorse

    Moving north

    Thank you for the prompt reply. Wife is really set on this home so we may pursue.
  3. blackhorse

    Moving north

    Also posted this on the members only section. We are looking at a home in Plainfield Twp. in Iosco County. I did some research on the township and noticed they had passed a moratorium a few years back concerning marijuana. I called the township supervisor and he tells me that the township opted out of the whole marijuana program, including patients and caregivers growing. I tried to explain that opting out was only for the MMFLA program, not the caregivers or patients. He insisted that it included patients and caregivers. From what I understand the state law supersedes the township ordinance. So do I end up in a legal battle with this township or move on to another area? All help with this would be appreciated.
  4. I had a similar black spot on neck, used RSO and tincture to get rid of 80% of the mole. Would put some on a small band aid and leave on area for a couple days at a time. Then let air for a couple day and repeat. Yes, it does work.
  5. blackhorse

    Looking for star tonic-growing caregiver

    I am still looking for Star Tonic. No luck so far.
  6. blackhorse

    reservist

    Thank you for your service!
  7. blackhorse

    Questions and seeking new caregiver

    In past I have bought cards for patients. Only cause of a hardship. The price he is offering to you sounds reasonable. Communications is the key though. It is easy to change caregivers, just go to LARA site.
  8. The reserves is all.

  9. It is going to the ballot now.
  10. blackhorse

    Looking for star tonic-growing caregiver

    A place in AA carried Star Tonic for years, but no more. Next time I visit, I'll ask about the cut. They might have a contact for the strain.
  11. blackhorse

    Med Card Must Match ID Law?

    Yes, I don't see the state re-issuing thousands of new cards just to change address. Maybe the state is talking about this issue. It is first I have heard on this site.
  12. blackhorse

    Cannabis Cup Michigan

    Not going, but wish we were. Wife has issues with the heat.
  13. blackhorse

    Med Card Must Match ID Law?

    Even if they change the rules, it would be at renewal when the change would take place.
  14. blackhorse

    Looking for star tonic-growing caregiver

    Grew the Star Tonic for years. Mixed the Star Tonic with high thc to make butter. Good for seizure patients. Not available in clones anymore in AA. Mine was 15% cbd and 10% thc. You could always get cannatonic and a high thc and make your own ratio.
  15. blackhorse

    Denial letter. What now?

    Send the new information that is requested soon. It will take another month to get the card though. A friend just went thru this same thing. Finally got card a month later. Believe they ask for a copy of letter they sent you of rejection. Good luck.
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