The cracks in the walls of cannabis prohibition run deep. Medical cannabis will be on the ballot this November in North Dakota. Here’s more:
The [North Dakota] Secretary of State’s office has confirmed that initiative proponents, North Dakota Compassionate Care, submitted a sufficient number of signatures from registered voters to qualify the measure for the November ballot.
The act permits patients with an eligible debilitating condition to possess and obtain marijuana (up to three ounces) and marijuana-specific preparations under a doctor’s written certification. The measure also establishes a statewide regulatory system for the creation of licensed ‘compassionate care centers.’ Patients (or their caregivers) who do not live in close proximity to such centers may cultivate up to eight marijuana plants in an enclosed, locked facility.
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And, FINALLY !!!! someone goes above the magic 6 plant garden to give permission for 8. I think even 8 is too few plants, especially for beginners, to provide a garden that will satisfy the patient’s needs. I continue to advocate for an anonymous, revenue producing non-commercial grow license. The question is about the purpose of the home grow. Is it for a hobby, or is it to make the medicine available, not for free but real close to it? The answer to that questions will be instructive. Notice “commercial” is not one of the options.
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