Question about new MT law in effect

Discussion in 'Montana Patients' started by Wagesofsin, Nov 27, 2011.


    Wagesofsin Member

    I'm not as well read as I'd like to be about the new "reforms" that went into effect. Is chronic pain still a qualifying condition? What's the status of the court case?

    mtgeezer Well-Known Member

    Chronic pain is still a qualifying condition but now you need two doctors to tell you you're in pain, just one won't do. As far as the court case goes the guts have been ripped from the senate modified bill............for now. Good luck finding a provider, best option is to grow yer own or get it from any dealer you can. Justin Christ and his group are trying to get a new bill up and qualified for the Nov. election but the assholes who gutted the last bill are going to do everything to nullify the new one if it gets voted in. My reccomendation, vote out the senators and congressmen who ignore the mandate of the voters because they have no honor and they will keep screwing everyone over as much as possible, that means 75% of the state senate and 50% of the state congress.

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