Guest | Nov 29, 2010
Wow what a close vote good to see it passed for the patients of Arizona.
Rastamanhae | Mar 9, 2011
I wonder how the Feds will treat dispensaries and which counties will uphold the declaration of the law. There will much to read and write about on the subject I'm sure.
Medicator | Mar 10, 2011
I lived in Arizona for three years and could not stand the tight ass Republican mentality by law makers there. They vigilantly enforced the no marijuana laws there making it dangerous to even have a single gram on your person. I really wonder what the controlling Sheriff Joe thinks of all this. He's losing some control of his tent city world! Finally, payback and validation for those whose only crime is pain relief it's about time.
Chief | Mar 14, 2011
While I have never lived nor set foot in Arizona, I have a feeling like the patients there will need to be careful in following the rules because it seems like the law enforcement officials will not be as lenient as they are about it in Cali. Best of luck to the patients, and here's to hoping that they live without fear of arrest.
Marijuanamama | Mar 15, 2011
Hopefully this is a sign of the times and other states will follow in their footsteps, If each of the states would just look at the economic effects it could hold for their state maybe we could work our way out of the down fall of times. Maybe if the industry was completely legal, with the jobs that could be created, maybe the amounts of foreclosures would go down and the rate of people's quality of life would go up.
smokestack | Mar 25, 2011
Awesome. another state to join the ranks of the enlightened. I hear the regulations are strict, but better than nothing.