As most of you know, Michigan's Attorney General Bill Schuette and his allies in the state legislature has essentially wrecked the state's medical marijuana program, forcing closure of most dispensaries and causing confusion and dread for sick and dying people. Expecting patients to grow their own or get a caregiver who is limited to only 5 patients who now are expected to be the sole source of revenue to fund the grow and cover the expenses with Schuette's No Tolerance for P2P transfers. Meaning that old 12 plants per each patient and sell the overages in order to fund the grows as to keep patient contributions affordable and free to the most unfortunate patients is gone, at least for now.
Nevertheless, I’m fed up with this guy acting on his own agenda and not on behalf of the Michigan voters. Most Medical Marijuana patients cannot grow as Schuette's suggests otherwise. Thousands live where there is no adequate space, knowledge, experience and money to do it. Not to mention the fact that many patients are just unable to do it due to their physical or mental condition. Also one has to have a green thumb. Ok, I'm rambling...you get the picture.
there are thousands of MMMP Patients who have nowhere to go for meds
what can I do?
I am just an old
caregiver and patient. My
brother is severely stricken with MS and uses medical marijuana, he
and that is what got me started as a becoming caregiver.
Like most he wasted lot's of money that he
really didn't have, but lucky for him he now has a nice little grow,
with a lot of help. I have knowledge of being a good caregiver and
what is important to medical marijuana patients.
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