Let's look at these 5 matters in greater detail...
*6. SQ788.1.B. Unlawful possession Fine ($400). The broader law states up to 1 year in jail and/or up to $1000 fine for possession is also on the books. A properly licensed patient should face no prosecution once the present clear evidence that they were properly licensed at the time of citation. But a person who presents valid medical basis and recommendation, but wasn't yet licensed when cited, should only face a $400 citation. The difference is proof of a medical affidavit.
*7. 310:681-1-9.1.b.10.B. Recommending physician standards says that an experienced & licensed patient has to quit caring for his cannabis patients once he gets a condition which indicates a need for cannabis medicine. this is a vast departure and harms the stable and experienced physician/patient relationship.
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