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Old May 16th, 2019, 09:08 AM #31
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There is no Cage Match. He/she is being over sensitive.
Wasn't picking on either of you.


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Old May 16th, 2019, 09:19 AM #32
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Man something that should be so simple is so complicated. It is crazy to me that there is no readily available information on this. My coworker cannot possibly be the first person to ask this question... The fact regular people almost need a lawyer to understand wtf the laws are is so frustrating.....

Thanks for all the input so far, maybe one day we will know for sure.
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Man something that should be so simple is so complicated. It is crazy to me that there is no readily available information on this. My coworker cannot possibly be the first person to ask this question... The fact regular people almost need a lawyer to understand wtf the laws are is so frustrating.....

Thanks for all the input so far, maybe one day we will know for sure.
Sadly, this is something that will have to be clarified by the courts. And somebody is going to have to be the test case, and spend a bunch of money to find out. All of this is a shame, but the law (or maybe law enforcement officers and the courts) assumes guilt before innocence can be proven.

All of this is bullshit, of course. It's time for the fed to decriminalize pot for medical use. They can deal with recreational use later.
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Brad I often feel that bills are written by lawyers, pushed to pass by lawyers, passed into law by lawyers (in office) and therefore need interpretation by lawyers before one even walks out of there house. Job security of sorts. Good luck.




Over sensitive vs. blind to the 80K deaths per year. Hmmm

I honestly believe that ... we’ll shit, given the fact that alcohol companies are against legalizing it shows that less people will turn to the “drug” alcohol, eat some pot brownies (or just one!) and therefore that 80K Deaths # will drop. Yeah, I don’t believe eliminating firearms will reduce the murder rate but I do believe that less people drinking and driving will reduce that 80K. Follow the money.
No offense meant my good peeps, just a thought.
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FYI

According to this, hemp has more CBD than marijuana.

http://www.silverbearcafe.com/private/05.19/hemp.html
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I really don't know for sure.. but...
I do not remember ever seeing a question "Is anyone living in your home a prohibited person" on the forms you fill out to buy a gun.
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I really don't know for sure.. but...
I do not remember ever seeing a question "Is anyone living in your home a prohibited person" on the forms you fill out to buy a gun.
You are 100% correct, kalister1.

There is no question that asks that as it is beyond the scope of the laws governing firearm purchases.

It would be analogous to a car dealer asking if anyone in the home is not a licensed driver prior to selling the car. They don’t need to ascertain that to sell the vehicle. It also does not negate the requirement that of age / licensed drivers are the only persons that should be conducting a vehicle.
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Does anyone have any information or can help shed some light on how to legally tread these waters?
Forget the pot card and get the doctor to prescribe Dronabinol. It's been around for years. IANAL and IANAD.

In my book, the medical marijuana "thing" is just legalized pot usage. Dronabinol exists for cases where there is some efficacy without all the need for the smokescreen.
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For what its worth, I got a letter back from MSP in regards to being a caretaker for someone with a card; My dad was prescribed it for various things. Its actually helped him alot!


Dear Mr Macri;

A medical marijuana caretaker would not be prohibited from purchasing a regulated firearm.

Below is the question on the 77R concerning medical marijuana.

Are you a legal user of cannabis (marijuana) for medical purposes or are you issued a valid medical cannabis patient identification number or a valid medical cannabis patient identification card?

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.......My dad was prescribed it for various things. Its actually helped him alot!
Don't waste your breath around here.... as far as most Members here are concerned, no one benefits from Cannabis and it's all a big ploy for people to get high.

Alcohol use/abuse? That we're totally fine with, drinking yourself into a stupor is perfectly acceptable as alcohol is legal per out Government.
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