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Thread: Proposed HB 4271 (Provisioning Center 2.0 or the Callton bill )

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    Proposed HB 4271 (Provisioning Center 2.0 or the Callton bill )

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    restlesslegs (02-15-2013)

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    I will have to print the old and new out to compare but I don't see much change so far. Here is the original bill 5580 in case anyone wants to compare.
    http://www.legislature.mi.gov/docume...2-HIB-5580.pdf

    This dino I am on doesn't want to load dropbox. Here is another link to the 4271 in case anyone else has that problem.

    http://www.thecompassionchronicles.c...-bill-4271.pdf

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    Commercial grows.....grr.....
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    Yep! and really there is not much that changed, haven't spotted anything yet. asshats

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    Ok, so which legislators do I need to send one of these to ...lol
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    Why would anyone want you to give your cultivation rights away to corporations or dispensary owners? The market has been over supplied for two years. Greed is the culprit. There is no valid argument for commercial grows. I can't wait to hear the reason why. It'll be like creative writing all over again. Just watch and listen they'll tell on themselves very soon.
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    If commercial grows are added to the Bill we must protest and boycott anyone on our side who supports them. The goal is to end our growing rights.
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    abeam-pm (02-18-2013)

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    If commercial grows are not included in the new bill does it make it acceptable?

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    It would not take many changes for it to be acceptable to me. They are headed in the right direction for the most part. We just have to keep a close eye on them, as there are those lobbying for them$elve$ and not the patients. Watch out for excessive requirements for growers and excessive testing requirements. I believe in safe meds, but certain business people would love to fill their bank accounts doing unnecessary testing at the expense of the end users of the medication.
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