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PLANET GREENTREES TONIGHT LIVE 800 P.M. ON THE Radio

PLANET GREENTREES

Call-in Number: (347) 326-9626

 

IF YOU ARE A MEDICAL MARIHUANA PATIENT OR CAREGIVER LOOKING FOR A SAFE PLACE TO INTERACT WITH OTHER MEMBERS OF THE COMMUNITY, PLANET GRENTREES IS THE PLACE.

 

PLEASE JOIN US TONIGHT FOR OUR REGULAR DISCUSSION ABOUT EVERYTHING THAT IS MEDICAL MARIHUANA.

 

TONIGHT IN THE STUDIO WILL BE OUR USUALSUSPECTS

 

CHAD AND TONEY FROM THE BIRMINGHAM COMPASSION CLUB

PEANUT BUTTER

RON FROM THE MARIHUANA RANCH

COUSIN AARON J.D.

 

Your Host Attorney Michael Komorn

MICHAEL HAS GOTTEN A LOT OF GREAT LEGAL QUESTIONS QUESTIONS FROM THE MMMA WEBSITE THAT HE WILL PLAN TO TRY TO ANSWER LIVE ON THE AIR, THAT HE HOPES WILL BE HELPFUL TO THE COMMUNITY, SO TURN IN FOR THAT OR CALL IN TO THE SHOW WITH ANY LEGAL QUESTIONS YOU MAY HAVE AND HE WILL TRY TO ANSWER THEM.

 

WE HAVE AN EXCITING SHOW, WE PLAN TO GIVE AWAY SOME PRIZES FOR PATIENTS AND CAREGIVERS LISTENERS AND PROVIDE SOME DISCOUNTS TO OUR LISTENERS FOR PURCHASES FOR MEDICAL MARIHUANA ITEMS

 

 

THE CALL IN NUMBER IS: Call-in Number: (347) 326-9626

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WE LOOK FORWARD TO HEARING FROM YOU TONIGHT.

 

If you have a medical marihuana question or comment, please call in live, or leave them on the forum for the MMMA, and I will try to answer them live on the air.

 

 

PLANET GREENTREES Call-in Number: (347) 326-9626

Call-in Number: (347) 326-9626

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serious question.

 

 

nowhere in the laws do i see anything about the transportation of plants.

 

maybe i missed someting, but im a c.g. who is now injured and must unload some of my plant count.

 

i have credentials and all that, but i will be moving lights/plants/equipment to a few patient locations for a few months.

 

how many plants can i drive around in my car/truck/ryder truck at one time??

 

and how do i defend myself?

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serious question.

 

 

nowhere in the laws do i see anything about the transportation of plants.

 

maybe i missed someting, but im a c.g. who is now injured and must unload some of my plant count.

 

i have credentials and all that, but i will be moving lights/plants/equipment to a few patient locations for a few months.

 

how many plants can i drive around in my car/truck/ryder truck at one time??

 

and how do i defend myself?

 

I figure you'll want to keep them out of sight. Make sure to have all lights working and a good muffler.

 

I believe what you wish to do is covered in the word "transport" as part of "medical use."

 

That said, I'm sure that there are some leo that would disagree .. So act like it is illegal.

 

Fly low and slow.

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serious question.

 

 

nowhere in the laws do i see anything about the transportation of plants.

 

maybe i missed someting, but im a c.g. who is now injured and must unload some of my plant count.

 

i have credentials and all that, but i will be moving lights/plants/equipment to a few patient locations for a few months.

 

how many plants can i drive around in my car/truck/ryder truck at one time??

 

and how do i defend myself?

I shot the question to the ones in the know... I didn't realize it was for those purposes, with the way you asked me about it, I thought you wanted to do a traveling grow and tell. You know for educational purposes. My apologies for not asking for more info.

 

As was suggested by PB, slow and low is probably the best advice. As for plant counts, you are able to move as many as you are allowed within the limits of the law... 72 at a shot if you are a fully loaded cg and patient.

 

While I understand the concern about the during transport, my concern would be more with a nosy neighbor seeing the load or unload and causing problems...

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