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According to the courts you should only have access to the plants you are responsible for on your card(s). If you are only responsible for 12 then you shouldn't have access to more than 12. Crazy but true ..... We need a different governor, attorney general, and judges, to get away from this type of nonsense.

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If you dont have any pt's and are growing for your selves for now just put the plant counts on one person, either you make hubby your c.g or he can make you his c.g, and of course legaly only the person that has possesion is allowed in with the plants, I would rather do it that way then the other, JMHO

 

Peace

 

Edit= even if you have a few pts and it is not over one c.gs plant count the one not growing can still be a c.g to people, who ever in your home who has the rights can transfer to the other so they can take care of their pts, and you can have all of the grow in one place,

 

all you need to remember is Loose Lips Sink Ships! it is no ones biz what you do so dont tell any one and you will be fine

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If you dont have any pt's and are growing for your selves for now just put the plant counts on one person, either you make hubby your c.g or he can make you his c.g, and of course legaly only the person that has possesion is allowed in with the plants, I would rather do it that way then the other, JMHO

 

Peace

 

Edit= even if you have a few pts and it is not over one c.gs plant count the one not growing can still be a c.g to people, who ever in your home who has the rights can transfer to the other so they can take care of their pts, and you can have all of the grow in one place,

 

all you need to remember is Loose Lips Sink Ships! it is no ones biz what you do so dont tell any one and you will be fine

you are sooooo Right about the ships :) We have learned alot...Thanks for the info....

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if the day comes and you both have to be c.g's than you will need them in seperate rooms, the way to do that is keep veg in one locked room and budd in the other locked room! everything i have said is legal!

 

Peace

gotta ya...I do have a question...dont know if you will know about this?? can police come to your home and order you to let them into that greenhouse? this was a discusion with some other card grower friends.just curiouse....

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no I would not let leo in my room. they will say you have to, but they need a search warrant to do that, although people on here let them in and they were with in their numbers nothing happened, im not willing to take the chance dont show peeps your grow and keep it to your self, the only way leo is gonna come too you is if a neighbor complains about smell or you sell to some one out side of your registry, your registry is a pt who apointed you as their c.g, dont go out side of your circle and play it cool, I would not let leo in to my car or anything unless they get a warrant even if I was totaly within the law, i dont trust them!

 

Peace

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no I would not let leo in my room. they will say you have to, but they need a search warrant to do that, although people on here let them in and they were with in their numbers nothing happened, im not willing to take the chance dont show peeps your grow and keep it to your self, the only way leo is gonna come too you is if a neighbor complains about smell or you sell to some one out side of your registry, your registry is a pt who apointed you as their c.g, dont go out side of your circle and play it cool, I would not let leo in to my car or anything unless they get a warrant even if I was totaly within the law, i dont trust them!

 

Peace

okay here is another :yahoo-wave: hope you dont mind.....We heard that plts that you do not use can be sold to dispenseries is this true?? and are there dispenseries here in Mi.you have really been a great help thanks...again. I guess this is how one learns..

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okay here is another :yahoo-wave: hope you dont mind.....We heard that plts that you do not use can be sold to dispenseries is this true?? and are there dispenseries here in Mi.you have really been a great help thanks...again. I guess this is how one learns..

there is a dispensary bill pending but held up in the Michigan Senate.  in conjunction with the infused products bill, if both bills were to pass as currently written, you would be able to transfer to the 'provisioning centers'.  The amount is limited, seems like a pound a month was the max (I am sure I will be corrected if wrong!).

 

but currently no transfers to dispensaries are allowed.  A patient may not transfer, period.  A caregiver may only transfer to their patient assigned to them through the Program.  

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Please read here section 8 of the law. It certainly does deserve a look because It has your back if you are charged with any criminal charge involving cannabis.

 

MICHIGAN MEDICAL MARIHUANA ACT (EXCERPT)
Initiated Law 1 of 2008



333.26428 Defenses.

 

 

8. Affirmative Defense and Dismissal for Medical Marihuana.

 

Sec. 8. (a) Except as provided in section 7(b), a patient and a patient's primary caregiver, if any, may assert the medical purpose for using marihuana as a defense to any prosecution involving marihuana, and this defense shall be presumed valid where the evidence shows that:

 

(1) A physician has stated that, in the physician's professional opinion, after having completed a full assessment of the patient's medical history and current medical condition made in the course of a bona fide physician-patient relationship, the patient is likely to receive therapeutic or palliative benefit from the medical use of marihuana to treat or alleviate the patient's serious or debilitating medical condition or symptoms of the patient's serious or debilitating medical condition;

 

(2) The patient and the patient's primary caregiver, if any, were collectively in possession of a quantity of marihuana that was not more than was reasonably necessary to ensure the uninterrupted availability of marihuana for the purpose of treating or alleviating the patient's serious or debilitating medical condition or symptoms of the patient's serious or debilitating medical condition; and

 

(3) The patient and the patient's primary caregiver, if any, were engaged in the acquisition, possession, cultivation, manufacture, use, delivery, transfer, or transportation of marihuana or paraphernalia relating to the use of marihuana to treat or alleviate the patient's serious or debilitating medical condition or symptoms of the patient's serious or debilitating medical condition.

 

(b) A person may assert the medical purpose for using marihuana in a motion to dismiss, and the charges shall be dismissed following an evidentiary hearing where the person shows the elements listed in subsection (a).

 

© If a patient or a patient's primary caregiver demonstrates the patient's medical purpose for using marihuana pursuant to this section, the patient and the patient's primary caregiver shall not be subject to the following for the patient's medical use of marihuana:

 

(1) disciplinary action by a business or occupational or professional licensing board or bureau; or

 

(2) forfeiture of any interest in or right to property.

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