By keith mclaughlin
In this Special Edition episode of Let's Be Blunt, Montel Williams and fellow veterans speak out in support of medical cannabis in a virtual press conference organized by MPP in hopes of furthering the Compassionate Cares Act introduced by lawmakers earlier this year in South Carolina. According to the Veterans Affairs National website, veterans will not lose access to benefits if they use medical cannabis through a state sanctioned program, but they cannot allow use or possession at any VA facility due to federal laws, “Veteran participation in state marijuana programs does not affect eligibility for VA care and services. VA providers can and do discuss marijuana use with Veterans as part of comprehensive care planning, and adjust treatment plans as necessary.”
I posted this in another thread but I feel this is an important victory that has been a battle for 13 years.
Thank You Komorn Law - for the Court of Appeals win for Medical Marijuana patients on probation to use their medicine. Now here come the other attorneys to ruin the MRTMA law stating that it's wording is the same. I got $100 riding that some politician is being influenced right this second to modify the law to benefit no one but the state. There will probably be attempts to modify the MMMA Act too. The medical I assume will be phased out soon.
I know your law firm has been fighting for the right's of patients and caregivers since the fight to get it passed began. I know several people you have helped secure their freedom and have recommended you guys several times.
Keep up the good fight. There are those that are going to try to manipulate the MMMP and MRTMA laws for their own personal greed and fear of competition. I know you probably get caught in the middle. Press on but don't forget about the common person who always ends up getting ripped off.
Here is the COA Opinion ---> COA Opinion
Medical marijuana patients have had their doctor recommended use of cannabis while on probation in limbo for a long time.
Lead trial attorney and advocate for marijuana law reform Michael Komorn and his dedicated team of attorneys (specifically Ally McCormick) secured a victory in the Michigan Court of Appeals for Medical Marijuana Patients
As many battles for marijuana patients, caregivers and business clients represented by the Komorn Law Firm loom in the background – a decision has been made to set the tone for future cases involving those on probation.
HERE ARE THE KEY FACTORS FROM THE RULING AS TO WHY YOU SHOULD HAVE THE PROTECTIONS OF BEING A MEDICAL MARIJUANA PATIENT.
THE PROSECUTION ARGUED
“The prosecution argued that the district court had the ability to place restrictions on a defendant’s medication. The district court denied defendant’s motion to modify the terms of his probation, holding that it was bound by the “Circuit Court’s decision on this issue,”
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