Map of US medical marijuana
In the US, there are currently 16 legal medical marijuana states and the District of Columbia, which currently have laws that legalize marijuana for medical purposes.
Alaska, Arizona, California, Colorado, District of Columbia, Delaware, Hawaii, Maine, Michigan, Montana, Nevada, New Jersey, New Mexico, Oregon, Rhode Island, Vermont and Washington.
You can buy marijuana card only if you suffer from a medical condition, the doctor intended.
Although many states have approved medical marijuana as an alternative form of medicine for many ailments, the United States government continues to oppose state laws regarding marijuana approved by voters.
For example, in a well-written article, there is reason to believe that those patients marijuana in states that currently allow the use of marijuana for medical purposes, are at risk of losing their Second Amendment rights.
Second Amendment – the right to bear arms as a US citizen.
According to the article, the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms (ATF) states that the patient waives his constitutional rights simply by letting the state know that he wants to take medical marijuana.
The article also notes that medical marijuana users to reduce the rights only with marijuana.
Here & ATF to see it:
If you are a medical marijuana patient, you are violating federal code sect. 922 (g) of the Federal Law on the control of the gun, which basically states that anyone "who with & # 39 is illegal users or addicted to any controlled substance" generally prohibited to keep or to obtain weapons or ammunition.
The article is worth reading, which I highly recommend … and most importantly, if you are going to apply for a medical marijuana card, it is better to know all their rights and opportunities.
Read the full article here.
In addition to the ability of patients with marijuana lose the rights to the second amendment, federal prosecutors staged California Sur & # 39; a serious attack on the dispensary of marijuana across the state; Federation threatened to close the dispensaries and send the landlord a letter with a warning about the sale of drugs in their premises.
In a letter to the landlord, he warns that they must comply with it within 45 days, to avoid the possibility of confiscation of their property and sent to prison.
What is your opinion on this controversial debate? Let your voice be heard in the election.