To cert or not to cert?

DirtyEyeball696

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He left the compassion club thinking he was the shit. And loosing money doesn’t make you an entertainer. It means your stupid at dealing with money
 

DirtyEyeball696

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I don't. Dude let his buts hang out for this city. Free concerts. Lost money every day for this town. His daily income covered 50% of security so u don't wanna hear a fucking word about his intentions
And what’s he need security for
Nobody showed up for his shows anyway
He’s a 30 some nobody looking for his way
 

jonnynobody

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Are you folks still paying for doctors certification and LARA licensing given the new rec laws?

I've missed a couple certification appointments following the expiration of my med card due to the 2 hour round trip required. It's hard to schedule pain and if I'm in it, a long car ride is just not an option for me. I've got another scheduled early next month, but I'm just interested in what other patients are doing/thinking.

If you are buying from dispensaries or caregivers the time and cost to renew your card is worth it. Taxation is incredibly high for recreational. If you are growing your own then I see no benefit to renewing your medical card. You can grow 12 plants without the card under the recreational law, and you can legally possess whatever amount is harvested from those 12 plants. With medical marijuana registration growers can only possess 2.5 ounces legally from a 12 plant harvest. That is woefully inadequate. Registration simply gets you access to caregivers and dispensaries which will sell you dope cheaper than anyone else, because there is no taxation. If you are growing your own do not register. It would be a waste of money, time, and you would only be able to legally posses 2.5 ounces from every 12 plant harvest.
 

jonnynobody

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Michigan's new roadside drug testing should definitely be concerning for med and rec canna users. As if this business opportunity/mess of law these med and rec facility licensing legislative acts haven't been boon enough for their purveyors/lawyers, this one is going to cost a lot of unsuspecting citizens IMHO.

Gov. Whitmer Signs Bill To Allow More Roadside Drug Testing In Michigan
What's this roadside drug testing? I'm not in the know on this, and I'm thinking maybe I need to be.
 

jonnynobody

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Just read about it. Refuse any roadside saliva test. The penalty for refusal is a simple civil infraction. Tell the officer thanks, but no thanks.
 

TheMan13

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Just read about it. Refuse any roadside saliva test. The penalty for refusal is a simple civil infraction. Tell the officer thanks, but no thanks.
I saw Michael Komorn state that to Mlive back in January during the second pilot pimping himself (his law firm) as a "drugged- and drunk-driving attorney", but he makes no mention of the specifics about said civil infraction.

Defense attorneys say drivers should refuse Michigan’s new roadside drug tests

I believe we'll have to wait and see how this all shakes out in reality :confused:
 
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