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MMMP & CPL -Who's got both cards?

Discussion in 'Michigan Patients' started by HydroRed, Jul 31, 2016.


    Rrog Well-Known Member

    ?? I'm sorry, you're telling me to keep a grow op quiet? OK thanks.

    I'm asking about guns and weed.

    chemphlegm Well-Known Member

    growing marijuana is a federal offense. possessing a firearm during the commission of a felony is another charge. its always been this way, before cards and medical marijuana. nothings changed except now legal marijuana users took notice.
    check this out, if the feds are there in the first place, and you are growing weed, those guns dont make any difference, they can seize your house still. the guns sweeten the deal is all. yep, all around us, loose lips sink ships.
    think of all the things that could possibly bring police to your home in the first place. Now, correct them.
    smell? traffic? lights? neighbor issues? girlfriend issues? I've seen all of these get people raided.
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    Rrog Well-Known Member

    This is what I'm asking about

    chemphlegm Well-Known Member

    the short answer is NO. It is not illegal to possess a marijuana card that says you can grow.
    Nor does it prohibit you from owning/possessing a gun.
    they wont sell you a gun
    if you show them your card.
    While possessing and using marijuana when using or buying a firearm is illegal, I assume
    your raid isnt happening during target practice while snorting hash, but if it was, you'd be busted, just like booze and
    shooting. hope that helps

    phaquetoo Well-Known Member

    Loose Lips Sink Ships and mm growers!

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    Dr.Pecker Well-Known Member

    I hear they changed the ccw laws. Anyone hear anything about it? I heard you don't need a ccw permit anymore.
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    chemphlegm Well-Known Member

    ccw? you're right, its now called CPL



    LANSING, Mich. — Gun owners might soon be able to carry a concealed pistol without having to get a government-issued permit to do so under new legislation proposed this month.

    The 'Constitutional carry' legislation introduced by Michigan House Republicans would allow "law-abiding" citizens 21 years or older to carry a concealed firearm without a permit
    Last edited: Jan 20, 2017
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    Queef Well-Known Member

    Long story short I got pulled over with 2.5oz in bed of the truck and 2 high powered rifles in the cab on my way to deer camp he had everything laid out on tonneau cover. Searched the cab...nothing..repeatedly asked me how much I smoked...i said none repeatedly...gave me a sobriety test by pointing the flashlight directly at my eyes while telling me to follow his finger...I passed.. and the reason he pulled me over was because my 1 7/8" tow ball was obstructing my liscense plate lmfao..stock bumper..stock truck. He gave me all my shit back and said have a good one..no ticket..not sure about cpl.
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    chemphlegm Well-Known Member

    awesome, sorry you got hassled though. what city?

    Ag01 New Member

    If 2 ppl live in a home together can one posses a medcard and the other a cpl?

    chemphlegm Well-Known Member

    of course, both can possess cpl's too. there is no law prohibiting a person from possessing both cards at the same time.
    dont commit felonies while possessing a fierearm, always been that way so, yeah, stay legal.
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