Green Gardner | Mar 4, 2011
The government has spent so much time and wasted so much money on all of this nonsense. It's nonsense because we're talking about some plants after all that grow wild in nature, not a dangerous meth lab. It bothers me when they are both virtually treated the same. Hopefully this will not be allowed to continue as public need and demand for medical marijuana force this type of archaeic thinking to be a thing of the past.
weedmarauder | Mar 7, 2011
Knowing the history of the gov't, it may be best to follow the law and act within the restrictions of the legislation. if more people didthat, there would be less to worry about as far as harassment goes.
smokestack | Mar 14, 2011
It is in the Michigan Medical Marijuana Act that the Michigan Department of Community Health will not give out any information. It is because of this that many of us Michigan patient sought to become legal patients. I am glad to see that when push comes to shove the MDCH isn't backing down from the pressure from the DEA. This is probably because they are afraid of getting sued by the patients. However, the DEA is trying to create a deal where the MDCH can give the information and be granted immunity. I hope the MDCH remembers who they work for and why. The DEA is crossing the line.
Chief | Mar 14, 2011
I think that in order for things to run smoothly then for now, on the patients part, we need to have patience because the law works even if it works slowly. Over time then things will come to light eventually.
Marijuanamama | Mar 14, 2011
It's not hard to see the patients fears, I mean when they take the risk of losing their employment in these times when a good job is hard to come by. Who wants to lose their paycheck because of what medicine they need to cope with their med. problems. Seems that there needs to be a way for the ones who are suspected of growing should have to show they are legal but why bring in the rest and take away their privacy. Seems that more thought needs to be placed on the issue before actions are taken.
Kushie Q | May 27, 2011
This has so many issues of being wrong, I don't know where to start. But first let's think of the conclusions if they personal records are open to everyone. Should the world be allowed to see what any person is using for a medical condition? I don't think so.