Arizona AG States Cannabis Money Can Be Utilized for Dependency Solutions

August 8, 2018 by erfa5t8

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” 715″ height=” 391 “/ > By Associated Press (AP)– Arizona Attorney General Of The United States Mark Brnovich says the legal door is open for the Legislature to utilize loan from state’s medical cannabis program to spend for services to help individuals addicted to drugs.

Arizona citizens approved a 2010 law producing the medical cannabis program and Brnovich states providing funding for drug dependency services from the medical cannabis program’s funds is legal if the legislative action satisfies conditions needed under the Arizona Constitution’s arrangement safeguarding voter-approved laws.

An opinion launched Monday by Brnovich says the legislative action requires approval by a three-quarter voter of each legislative chamber, leave enough money in the cannabis program to cover its costs and “even more the functions” of the cannabis law.

Brnovich provided the viewpoint Monday to respond to questions by state Sen. Sylvia Allen, a Republican Politician from Snowflake.

The opinion concluded:

The Legislature might direct the ADHS Director to use up monies from the Fund for programs to help people addicted to drugs if: (1) the appropriation is passed with a three-fourths vote of each house; (2) the appropriation does not diminish the Fund and leave inadequate profits to cover the instant and future costs of the effort; and (3) the appropriation advances the purpose of the AMMA. To that end, an appropriation for activities connected to comparing medical and nonmedical usages of marijuana, protecting clients and suppliers from criminal prosecution, or performing, executing, or administering the AMMA would fulfill this criterion. If these requirements are met, it is not required to submit an appropriation demand to Arizona’s voters.

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