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Two Medical Marijuana Bill Now Available To Be Read On Michigan Legislative Web Site.


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4209 - Health; medical marihuana; state and local regulation of marihuana provisioning centers; provide for. Creates new act.
4210 - Health; medical marihuana; marihuana-infused products; allow and regulate. Amends secs. 3, 4, 6, 7 & 8 of 2008 IL 1 (MCL 333.26423 et seq.) & adds sec. 4a.

 

 

http://www.legislature.mi.gov/%28S%28eqitxzvnr5qjmm45oshrj555%29%29/mileg.aspx?page=Bills

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Wow there a lot of crap in here.....don't even now where to start. From just skimming it the whole thing about not being able to buy more than you are allowed to have per state law in any 10 day period is b.s..

you need more than 72 oz of liquid per 10 days ? could you afford that at said current prices?

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bill links:

 

http://legislature.mi.gov/doc.aspx?2015-HB-4209

http://legislature.mi.gov/doc.aspx?2015-HB-4210

 

(b) A primary caregiver who has been issued and possesses a

registry identification card is not subject to arrest,

prosecution, or penalty in any manner, or denied any right or

privilege, including but not limited to civil penalty or

disciplinary action by a business or occupational or professional

licensing board or bureau, for assisting a qualifying patient to

whom he or she is connected through the department's registration

process with the medical use of marihuana in accordance with this

act. The privilege from arrest under this subsection applies only

if the primary caregiver presents both his or her registry

identification card and a valid driver license or government-issued

identification card that bears a photographic image of the primary

caregiver. This subsection applies only if the primary caregiver

possesses a total amount of usable marihuana and usable

marihuana equivalents that does not exceed any of the following:

 

(1) 2.5 ounces for each qualifying patient

to whom he or she is connected through the department's

registration process.

 

(2) For each registered qualifying patient who has

specified that the primary caregiver will be allowed under state

law to cultivate marihuana for the qualifying patient, 12 marihuana

plants kept in an enclosed, locked facility.

 

(3) Any incidental amount of seeds, stalks, and unusable

roots.

© For purposes of determining usable marihuana equivalency,

1 ounce of usable marihuana shall be considered equivalent to the

following:

 

(1) 16 ounces of marihuana-infused product if in a solid form.

(2) 7 grams of marihuana-infused product if in a gaseous form.

(3) 72 fluid ounces of marihuana-infused product if in a

liquid form.

 

(i am going to remind you dear reader that gaseous marijuana is a breath spray or inhaler. while hash wax and shatter is a solid and bho and rso are liquids)

 

(d) A person shall not be denied custody or visitation of

a minor for acting in accordance with this act, unless the person's

behavior is such that it creates an unreasonable danger to the

minor that can be clearly articulated and substantiated.

 

 

 

(e) There is a presumption that a qualifying

patient or primary caregiver is engaged in the medical use of

marihuana in accordance with this act if the qualifying patient or

primary caregiver complies with both of the following:

 

(1) Is in possession of a registry identification card.

(2) Is in possession of an amount of marihuana or usable

marihuana and usable marihuana equivalents that does not exceed the

amount allowed under this act. The presumption may be rebutted by

evidence that conduct related to marihuana or usable marihuana was

not for the purpose of alleviating the qualifying patient's

debilitating medical condition or symptoms associated with the

debilitating medical condition, in accordance with this act.

 

 

 

whoa didnt see this before!

 

This amendatory act is curative and applies retroactively as

to the following: clarifying the quantities and forms of marihuana

for which a person is protected from arrest, precluding an

interpretation of "weight" as aggregate weight, and excluding an

added inactive substrate component of a preparation in determining

the amount of marihuana, medical marihuana, or usable marihuana

that constitutes an offense.

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© For purposes of determining usable marihuana equivalency,

1 ounce of usable marihuana shall be considered equivalent to the

following:

 

(1) 16 ounces of marihuana-infused product if in a solid form.

(2) 7 grams of marihuana-infused product if in a gaseous form.

(3) 72 fluid ounces of marihuana-infused product if in a

liquid form.

 

 

i got a question officer. if i have 8oz of brownie and 12 fluid ounces of marijuana-sodapop, what does that count as? thank you.

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you need more than 72 oz of liquid per 10 days ? could you afford that at said current prices?

no but it also pertains to dried herb.and yes I could use more than 2.5 oz in ten days,and I don't think that Its any of the states right to tell me I can't.and what about the drinks? So if a can of infused product is say 20 oz then you can only have 3 cans in ten days....... Edited by free420country
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sorry, i was wrong about only having 72 oz of liquid. since 1 oz = 72 fl oz, you can have 180oz (72x2.5 per patient), every 10 days. unless you make it yourself at home, then you can have whatever you are legally allowed to have.

 

anyways i agree with you, we already have bullschuette limits (2.5oz usable??). this 10 days limit is more bullschuette, and also probably to avoid the wrath of the feds "tightly regulated medical marijuana program" etc.

 

but let me remind you that this 10 day limit is only when you buy it at a provisioning center.

checking a few dispensaries current prices, an oz of bud runs $400. 2.5oz would be $1000.

 

you spend $1000 every 10 days? dang!

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just tell them to do compliance checks every week/month without cards or documentation.

that should settle their fears somewhat. much like compliance checks for selling alcohol to minors in bars etc.

 

 

Zap was talking about patients buying it from dispensary and reselling it. Highly doubtful that would be possible considering the original cost they would incur.

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© For purposes of determining usable marihuana equivalency,

1 ounce of usable marihuana shall be considered equivalent to the

following:

 

(1) 16 ounces of marihuana-infused product if in a solid form.

(2) 7 grams of marihuana-infused product if in a gaseous form.

(3) 72 fluid ounces of marihuana-infused product if in a

liquid form.

 

 

i got a question officer. if i have 8oz of brownie and 12 fluid ounces of marijuana-sodapop, what does that count as? thank you.

That's why they don't want it.  They'll have to carry calculators and tehn some still won't be able to do it. :)

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(I actually posted this in the wrong topic originally.... heh. silly billy.)

 

 

We once had the police say (paraphrase) " What? so now every cop has to buy and carry a scale as their regular equipment?"

 

 My response is " No. But we will pay to put a scale in every single police car in the state with the 3 mil grant money designated to Sheriffs departments."

 

They wish to put up obstacles to excuse their laziness. It is our job to knock down their walls.

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