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Arizona Medical Marijuana Question
Happy Farmer has an Arizona Med Marijuana card. Authorized to cultivate. Under AZ State Law can Happy sell his crop?
Please also explain the differences between the rules for Happy if he was a regular card holder vs. a "Caregiver".
It's very important for Mr. Farmer to stay Happy so he needs to follow State Law and Avoid the Feds. Will you please also let us know where we can print out these rules. Any tips appreciated ;)
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The part that was underlined... Does that mean a dispensary can pay money or otherwise compensate Happy?
The guy running the dispensary told him that he could only keep 2 1/2 ounces from his harvests. He also told him that he had to donate the rest to his dispensary. So that's what he's been doing. The only problem is that the last time he made a donation by the time he got his paperwork from them his weight was WAY off from what he delivered to them. This couldn't possibly be a drying out issue.
He's trying to keep every toe inline and follow all the rules so he's keeping pics and paperwork documenting his grows and feels that paperwork is important.
I have friends that have mental "issues", slow or whatever and I think Happy is being taken advantage of.
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