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Update On Supreme Court Medical Marijuana Ruling

Discussion in 'Medical Marijuana Usage and Applications' started by Cali_Toker, Jun 8, 2005.

  1. Well a couple days after the ruling alot of things have happened.

    The attonery generals from california, nevada and montana have said the supreme court ruling will not change anything in those states and the states medical marijuana laws and programs will still operate as normal. The San Fransico health department said buisness was open as usual yesterday and many people are still applying for medical marijuana id cards.

    Oregon and Alaska have threatened to shut down the medical marijuana id programs in their states but the MPP announced if they do they will file lawsuits against those two states and will most likely win in court.


    The dea also made a anouncement that even though they have the right to do raids on medical marijuana operations their main concern is large scale illegal drug rings and NOT medical marijuana operations.


    I new amendment is being introudced and congress will vote on it in one week. If passed the amendment will bar the justice department from spending any money on medical marijuana operations in states that have legalized it. This could be very very good news for medical marijuana users, congress will vote on this next week.



    Seems like alot of people were worried and thought the supreme court ruling was going to shut down medical marijuana. Turns out that is not the case, things are the same as they have allways been. Federal authorites allways have had the power to raid medical marijuana operations , nothing has changed. Unless your growing thousands of plants like a ed rosthenhal or eddy lepp or you own a medical marijuana club that is selling too much marijuana the feds arent gonna bother you.
     
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