AZ Supreme Court Expected to Guideline on Legality of Cannabis Extract on May 28
May 27, 2019 by erfa5t8
The Arizona Supreme Court is expected to rule on the legality of medical cannabis extracts on Tuesday, May 28. Extracts are used to make many medical cannabis products such as oils, casts, vaporizer cartridges, edibles and more.
Arizona’s medical cannabis program has almost 200,000 patients, much of which count on extracts to get their medication. For instance, clients with lung conditions should not smoke cannabis, and therefore require an extract-made product to get their medication.
Everything will remain the very same if the justices guideline that extracts are to stay legal in Arizona. Nevertheless, if they rule against extracts, dispensaries will no longer have the ability to sell extracts and clients will no longer have the ability to have or use extracts legally.
A bill in the Legislature to fix this concern (HB 2149) was stalled and eliminated in your home Rules Committee by Rep. Anthony Kern, a Republican Politician from Glendale. If anyone can assist fix the appropriate laws at this point, outside of the Supreme Court, it is Assistant Minority Leader Dr. Randy Friese from Tucson and the Guv’s office.
Contact the workplaces of Dr. Friese and Governor Ducey today and remind them that thousands of Arizona clients count on medical marijuana extracts.
Dr. Friese contact info:[email protected]!.?.!602-926-3138!.?.! Governor Ducey contact details:602 -542 -4331 www.azgovernor.gov/engage/form/contact-governor-ducey SECURE FREE ACCESS Success!
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