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333.26429 Failure To Adopt-Does Part C Apply Now?


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Since the MMMP was initially overseen by The Department of Community Health MMR as worded in THE LAW, does part C apply now?

 

Were we tricked into needlessly contributing to the general fund?

 

 

 

333.26429 Failure of department to adopt rules or issue valid registry identification card.

 

9. Enforcement of this Act.

 

Sec. 9. (a) If the department fails to adopt rules to implement this act within 120 days of the effective date of this act, a qualifying patient may commence an action in the circuit court for the county of Ingham to compel the department to perform the actions mandated pursuant to the provisions of this act.

 

(b) If the department fails to issue a valid registry identification card in response to a valid application or renewal submitted pursuant to this act within 20 days of its submission, the registry identification card shall be deemed granted, and a copy of the registry identification application or renewal shall be deemed a valid registry identification card.

 

© If at any time after the 140 days following the effective date of this act the department is not accepting applications, including if it has not created rules allowing qualifying patients to submit applications, a notarized statement by a qualifying patient containing the information required in an application, pursuant to section 6(a)(3)-(6) together with a written certification, shall be deemed a valid registry identification card.

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Will a notarized statement by a qualifying patient containing the information required in an application, pursuant to section 6(a)(3)-(6) together with a written certification, be deemed a valid registry identification card at this time?

 

We should be able to bypass the fee because we aren't getting what we paid for.

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As I recall the law I voted for stated that the Michigan department of health was to be the card issuer, and that the fees paid were to be used for the administration of the MMM law.

Then comes the Gov and creates Lara. So with a wave of his pen the fees paid by care givers and patients is shifted to the general fund.

Umm this sounds like a clear misappropriation of those funds. Seeing that those funds can be used in any manner and for any purpose.

 

Absolute power corrupts absolutely!

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These funds should be used to enforce the actual (not the ag's) Medical Marijuana Act.

The money should be used in part to educate patients, doctors, law enforcement, judges and prosecuting attorneys. It should also have been used to make sure that cards were issued in the proper time frame. Yes we have been conned big time, and since the funds are being misappropriated, anything not being used properly for the benefit of patients should be returned to the patients. If I go into a store to buy a television, and I get home and there is a cabbage in the box, a law has been broken and a crime has been commited. The same goes here.

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