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NJ / RI reciprocity?

Discussion in 'New Jersey Patients' started by Jersey'sFinest, Feb 20, 2013.

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    Jersey'sFinest

    Jersey'sFinest Active Member

    What's up all...
    Here's my hypothetical, soon to be Reality, scenario.
    I'm moving back to the East Coast, to Rhode Island, where they have a Real mmj program that allows you to grow your own. Wow! Imagine!
    When I visit my Fam in Jers, God forbid I get pulled over, and I show my Rhode Island card, since NJ now has a card, should I be good?
    Of course I wouldn't be carrying more than the limit, all in one jar, etc etc.
    I realize that the states in between could pose a threat, but as far as being In Jersey, that has a mmj law, and me with a legal RI card...
    I wouldn't be trying to use the NJ dispensaries (10%?! Thanks but nahhh).
    What do you guys think?
    Thanks::::
     
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    jrainman

    jrainman Active Member

    Not a fat chance , just look at there gun laws , most state gun laws recip ,Not NJ they beat to there own drum.
     
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    SSHZ

    SSHZ Well-Known Member

    I agree......not a chance in hell.
     
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    Brian.

    Brian. Member

    You're totally fine. Our friend has a card from Cali and lives in new jersey and still has his meds mailed to him it is totally legal they have to respect your card.
     
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    SSHZ

    SSHZ Well-Known Member

    No they don't.......bad answer. Calif law has no bearing in N.J. Whether they choose to or not is a different question.
     
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    Jersey'sFinest

    Jersey'sFinest Active Member

    Thanks for the replies. Decided to move back to Maui instead, so it's going to be a non-issue. Blue Card and 7 plants under Hawaiian sun... here I come.
     
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    luckybleu

    luckybleu Well-Known Member

    your fucked dude
     
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    mrCRC420

    mrCRC420 Well-Known Member

    Just a note* Both states need reciprocity clauses in order to permit the clause. ie: RI has a Rec. Clause and so does Michigan; so patients in those two states may operate under the MMP laws of the state they are visiting. ie. When I go Michigan this winter I'm not going to be dry; It's going to be raining resin.
     

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