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As soon as you got doc's signature Your Legal! :rolleyes:

 

Go back to the home page all the laws are listed there I Beleive!:thumbsu:

 

Merry Christmas

Peace

FTW

Jim

 

I'm not sure this is the best advice, the doctor's recommendation is only half of what you need to be legal. The other half is approval from the state of Michigan, which you can prove by receiving your patient/caregiver card OR proof that the state has cashed your check (the check would be before the card). While it's rare that the state denies your application, it does happen on a regular basis.

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I'm not sure this is the best advice, the doctor's recommendation is only half of what you need to be legal. The other half is approval from the state of Michigan, which you can prove by receiving your patient/caregiver card OR proof that the state has cashed your check (the check would be before the card). While it's rare that the state denies your application, it does happen on a regular basis.

You are so wrong!! The question asked was, “For a patient, how much time does it take from doctors visit to having the ability to used meds?”; and the correct answer is, “As soon as you got doc's signature Your (sic) Legal!”

 

This other, “approval from the state of Michigan, which you can prove by receiving your patient/caregiver card OR proof that the state has cashed your check (the check would be before the card). While it's rare that the state denies your application, it does happen on a regular basis”, does not conform to the question asked. You are not required to register to be a legal patient!

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You are so wrong!! The question asked was, “For a patient, how much time does it take from doctors visit to having the ability to used meds?”; and the correct answer is, “As soon as you got doc's signature Your (sic) Legal!”

 

This other, “approval from the state of Michigan, which you can prove by receiving your patient/caregiver card OR proof that the state has cashed your check (the check would be before the card). While it's rare that the state denies your application, it does happen on a regular basis”, does not conform to the question asked. You are not required to register to be a legal patient!

 

 

:goodjob::thumbsu:

 

Peace

FTW

Jim

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