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Which law would apply?

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May seem simple but ... if I am a current, legally carded, MMMA patient ... and the Michigan Regulation and Taxation of Marihuana Act were to pass and become law ... which law would I be legally required to follow? There are key differences and protections between the two ...

Anyone care to explain this to me? 

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I inadvertently buried this question since I had two posts in the same forum, not my intent ... does anyone have a qualified opinion?

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Which ever one turns out to be more liberal with your rights. 

I believe that carded patients will have better cannabis driving rights but that could change. Everything can change with amendments. 

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I feel there is more than simply looking for the best option between laws ... we'll have to adhere and abide by one law or the other ... I think trying to straddle between two laws would be dangerous ... I don't know how to answer this so I'm asking for inputs ...

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No Garrett, it wouldn't be one or the other. You would automatically have all the rights from any quasi legalization if you are an adult, and only have the rights added by medical if you qualify for that. You would have to decide if it's worth it to you to have the added rights that medically qualifying gives you over and above the rights from legalization. 

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