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Medical Marijuana Patients forums; Problem is that there is no way of verifying the paperwork.
If you are comfortable with that then grow, if ...
Problem is that there is no way of verifying the paperwork.
If you are comfortable with that then grow, if not don't.
There's exactly as much to verify my own paperwork, so if I can posess for myself I would think it would be the same risk to carry for another patient. It seems like even with no way for them to call in and verify like with a plastic card that it should still be just as legal as stated in the law:
How could they do anything if my paperwork is deemed "a valid registry identification card"?
(b) If the department fails to issue a valid registry identification card in response to a valid application or renewal submitted pursuant to this act within 20 days of its submission, the registry identification card shall be deemed granted, and a copy of the registry identification application or renewal shall be deemed a valid registry identification card.
It sounds like it applies to caregivers cards as well as patients cards:
(c) The department shall verify the information contained in an application or renewal submitted pursuant to this section, and shall approve or deny an application or renewal within 15 days of receiving it
. The department may deny an application or renewal only if the applicant did not provide the information required pursuant to this section, or if the department determines that the information provided was falsified. Rejection of an application or renewal is considered a final department action, subject to judicial review. Jurisdiction and venue for judicial review are vested in the circuit court for the county of Ingham.
(d) The department shall issue a registry identification card to the primary caregiver, if any, who is named in a qualifying patient's approved application; provided that each qualifying patient can have no more than 1 primary caregiver, and a primary caregiver may assist no more than 5 qualifying patients with their medical use of marihuana.
(e) The department shall issue registry identification cards within 5 days of approving an application or renewal, which shall expire 1 year after the date of issuance.
I will have plants next to the paperwork on day 20.
(i) "Registry identification card" means a document issued by the department that identifies a person as a
registered qualifying patient or registered primary caregiver.
verifying the paperwork is thier problem not yours. You just have to have the paperwork...................................
that's what i'm sayin'
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If your friend was supposed to hold the door for you, but didn't and you realized this, would you walk right into it and then blame him?
Originally Posted by guy incognito
Shitty analogy but its 2 am and that's the best I can do...lol
If "supposed to" means he legally has to because it's written black and white in the law then maybe.
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