Medical Marijuana and The Feds 

Medical Marijuana and The Feds 
Posted by CN Staff on March 13, 2007 at 07:14:30 PT
Source: Las Vegas Review-Journal
California -- A decade ago, California was the first of 12 states where voters approved the use of marijuana for medicinal purposes.And -- probably because voters bypassed the Legislature and its special-interest lobbyists -- Californians declined to set up a strict regulatory regime. Who can open a clinic and who can grow and supply marijuana are thus open to broad interpretation.
Source: Las Vegas Review-Journal (NV) Published: March 13, 2007Copyright: 2007 Las Vegas Review-JournalContact:  letters reviewjournal.comWebsite: http://www.reviewjournal.comCannabisNews Medical Marijuana Archives
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Comment #6 posted by Sam Adams on March 13, 2007 at 14:55:17 PT
fuzzy math
I'd like to find the street dealer selling quality cannabis for $100 an ounce! Even $200 an ounce would be a bargain. Now, in the United States, prescription drugs are sold at an average of 300 percent the prices they are in Canada and Europe!!! That's three times as much!  The US government, Medicare, is forbidden by law from negotiating with drug companies to lower prices!! Can you imagine? Tell me who's gouging us again?  Another question, what is the risk premium for being attacked and thrown in jail by DEA thugs? What do you think CVS would charge for aspirin if they had to risk jail by selling it?No, as a medical cannabis consumer, I am thrilled with the service of the buyers clubs. Or would be, if I lived in Cali. 
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Comment #5 posted by potpal on March 13, 2007 at 13:40:40 PT
Fed Up
Another chink in the armor... 
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Comment #4 posted by Richard Zuckerman on March 13, 2007 at 13:05:17 PT:
As of the date of this writing, Congressman Ron Paul, M.D., is running for U.S. President. He is a Libertarian Republican. Please call his election campaign headquarters at toll free (800) RON-PAUL and vote for him on Election Day? Yes, he would work towards the decriminalization/legalization of "Marijuana"!Richard Paul Zuckerman, Post Office Box 159, Metuchen, New Jersey, 08840-0159, (Cell telephone number)(848) 250-8879, richardzuckerman2002, B.A. in Political Science, Kean College of New Jersey [presently named Kean University], 1987; Diploma in Paralegal, New York University School of Continuing Education, 2003; Member of the New Jersey Libertarian Party, 
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Comment #3 posted by dongenero on March 13, 2007 at 08:46:59 PT
DEA spokeswoman Sarah Pullen....
How many pharmacies are there in the state of California?
More than the 400 cannabis dispensaries?.....probably 10 times that! least.And prices? time at the pharmacy, ask them what the full price of your prescription is.....not the insurance negotiated price....if you are fortunate enough to have that.The price of Marinol, I believe, is about $1500 per month.
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Comment #2 posted by FoM on March 13, 2007 at 07:31:30 PT
Yes it is. I do have hope that sooner rather then later things will change.
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Comment #1 posted by Truth on March 13, 2007 at 07:29:17 PT
It's only a matter of time.
The wall is crumbling!
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