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Federal Rx: Marijuana

On December 12, 2011 By

This encouraging story reminds us why we are so lucky to be residents of the compassionate state of Arizona.

By Christopher Largen
The Ethical Spectacle, December 2002

George McMahon knows he hasn’t got much time to live. On this fall day he sits in his truck beside an empty windswept beach and opens a […]

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Phoenix Business Journal by Angela Gonzales, Senior Reporter
Date: Wednesday, December 7, 2011

A hearing is scheduled today in Maricopa County Superior Court in downtown Phoenix on a lawsuit filed by a medical marijuana advocacy group against the state of Arizona and several officials.
In August, Phoenix-based medical marijuana patient advocacy group Compassion […]

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Suit and Countersuit Delay Implementation

Last November, voters in Arizona approved a new medical cannabis law, making it the 15th state to remove criminal penalties for patients. But state officials in May asked a federal court to clarify whether its medical cannabis law conflicts with federal prohibition and have delayed implementation of the law while […]

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36-2801. Definitions

On September 12, 2011 By

Information explained on the Arizona State Legislature website, www.azleg.gov.

(Caution: 1998 Prop. 105 applies)

In this chapter, unless the context otherwise requires:

1. “Allowable amount of marijuana”

(a) With respect to a qualifying patient, the “allowable amount of marijuana” means:

(i) Two-and-one-half ounces of usable marijuana; and

(ii) If the qualifying patient’s registry identification card […]

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Arizona Medical Marijuana Rules

Since the release of rules on March 28, ADHS has clarified a few points.
ADHS wanted to ensure the explanation is clear for those who may have printed or read the rules previously and have posted the following clarifications:

R9-17-302(A)(5) and R9-17-304(D)(1)(f)(ii)
The 03/28/11 rules allowed applicants for a […]

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