Why is it that mmj patient rights are ignored and violated on a regular basis with absolutely no repercussions? Sometimes it is innocent, people still stuck in the reefer madness days, other times deliberate and malicious, but most often it is complete ignorance of mmj laws. You can understand individuals not being up to date with the ever changing rules (even I'm confused most days) but what gets me is businesses, large corporations and organizations and especially government agencies who are completely fucking clueless, or just don't give a shit.Or both. I'm interested in hearing about other patients' experiences to compare to my own. I've had a few memorable incidents, and a new one that arrived yesterday and got my interest. One that stands out in my mind was in the emergency room after I had a seizure, and some snot nosed doctor wannabe asked my wife if I had taken any meds. She told him I only use medical marijuana. I listened to him mocking me to the nurses and other doctors for the next hour. He sounded like a fucking 8 year old...I told him so, didn't go over well! As a lot of you know, I am the caretaker at at Scout camp and I went through a huge year long production about being able to use my medicine in my home on the property. Turned out Scouts did not have a mmj policy and after a big song and dance, almost resulting in me being fired, I was tasked with creating a policy for them. The end result was having my private information released into the hands of Canada's largest organized gossip group. The harassment has gotten so bad, I found another job, and will be moving in a week. Which brings me to my latest find. My new job also comes with a residence, and my contract says I am required to buy tenant insurance. I decided to use the same company the property is insured by and set up the policy by phone. When the papers arrived in the mail yesterday to be signed, I found a 'one-liner' just above where I sign that raised an immediate WTF. Absolute Exclusion "It is warranted by you, that there is no marijuana activity or illegal substance activity on the premises" What in the fuck is a 'marijuana activity'? I can guess they are protecting themselves against damage from grows, but it doesn't state that. They can't restrict marijuana use on the property, particularly medical, simply because they insure my contents. What can be classified as a 'marijuana activity' to allow them to void any claim? Typing on this forum could be considered a 'marijuana activity'. I have never had tenant insurance before and maybe this is normal in BC, but that don't make it right. I am just going to sign and shut up, as I don't want to jeopardize my new job, but I would love to ask for an explanation. Anyone else had similar experiences?