If the current medical marijuana regulations are any indication of how marijuana is far from legalized, how could full legalization in Colorado make accessing cannabis any safer? Medical marijuana has been legal in Colorado for over 10 years, and just as things start to get fun with marijuana available practically everywhere and getting your card a trivial challenge, lawmakers decided to keep marijuana a law enforcement issue rather than a medical / social issue. Sure you can easily get your card and go to a dispensary, or can you?
Matt Cook of the Colorado Department of Revenue says that you can’t get your medicine until you wait 35 days from the time that you receive your doctor’s recommendation for medical marijuana, which means that anyone who recently saw the doc must now wait 35 days to purchase medicine. Fishing for ways to prevent patients from accessing medicine, Matt Cook put new regulations aside and went back to the constitutional Amendment 20 which says that the “CDPHE has 35 days to deny an application”. Cook dug deep to figure out a way to prevent patients from accessing medicine and found the ole 35 day wait rule would prevent new patients from having access to cannabis. Never mind that the CDPHE hasn’t opened an application in a year that hasn’t sat around for at least 6 months, in backlog, now they just might find an application to deny. Has the CDPHE ever denied an application? To the best of everyone’s knowledge, NO, the CDPHE approves all applications. In Colorado if you see the doc and get the form signed you are golden to be free from pot prosecution. Consider Relaxed Clarity in Broomfield, Colorado for a simple, confident, relaxed solution to get on with your weed lifestyle today. You should have no problem finding plenty of great cannabis 35 day wait or not. Remember cannabis is your god given right, and you don’t need approval from the Department of Health, or the Department of Revenue to roll a joint and smoke it.
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