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I was told that there are advantages to having a medical card as apposed to not even though it is legalized. will someone explain this to me?  

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knucklehead bob

Recreational plant count + medical plant count = more plants , only thing I can think of  :passing-joint-smiley-emoticon:

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shaggy
19 minutes ago, Mrbandit said:

I was told that there are advantages to having a medical card as apposed to not even though it is legalized. will someone explain this to me?  

Right now a med patient can go into a dispencery and buy cannabis legal like.

There is no source for rec. users til 2020.....I know WTF??


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Kingfish

The advantages I have seen are a much larger selection, better price, and smaller tax for the medical card holder compared to recreational sales.

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Guest Mrbandit

plant count was one thing I thought of but not being able to buy or sell I didn't know, shaggy, bob, thanks

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Kingfish

I’m basing that off of being in CO on New Year’s Day 2014 when the recreational kicked in. That is my personal experience anyway.

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Kingfish

Here in Massachusetts marijuana was decriminalized in 2008,  medical marijuana passed in 2012, first medical marijuana not available until 2016. Recreational marijuana became legal in MA (in theory) in *2016* but wasn’t actually available until November 20th 2018.

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Kingfish

My experience was at several CO dispensaries in 2014. I’ve been a MA medical card holder for three years and have no experience with recreational yet. But I’m fairly certain most states will have a similar plan. Should be a better all around experience for a medical card holder vs recreational purchaser.

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imiubu
On 12/12/2018 at 7:11 PM, knucklehead bob said:

Recreational plant count + medical plant count = more plants , only thing I can think of  :passing-joint-smiley-emoticon:

 

I'm curious how this will pan out.  IMHO it's either or, not both, meaning you can only have 12 plants total.  Either you are a rec grower or a med grower, cannot be both.

jm02 of course.


 

 

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knucklehead bob
9 minutes ago, imiubu said:

Either you are a rec grower or a med grower, cannot be both.

 

The new Law eliminates/restricts patients from recreational use ? I didn't see where it says that .

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Limos

Yeah not sure that’s a good interpretation. Because I’m a med grower I can’t have 10 oz at home? That’s like saying Because I’m a caregiver & not a card holder I can’t grow 12 plants under Rec...or really participate at all. Supposed to be broadest interpretation. 

 

I will say having a med card is better for driving. With a med card they will have to prove impairment...at least in MI. 

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imiubu

Yeah, I don't know.  I was stating my opinion and curiosity as to how this will pan out is all.

 

I would like to have the broadest interpretation too yet, I know how leo and the legs interpret and it ain't broad.

 

Does anyone have an attorney on tap to put the question to?


 

 

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