The state government places a lot of restrictions on medical marijuana dispensations

I don’t like how overbearing our state government can be with many of the laws in this state. They’re heralded for cutting back business regulations, but it comes at the cost of regulating individual people’s lives. It’s pretty bad when your state politicians villainize LGBT folks as if they’re monsters out to ruin the lives of children everywhere. But every election cycle they’re rewarded with higher electoral gains and an ever dwindling possibility of any real political diversity at capitol hill. When that happens, why wouldn’t they double down on positions near and dear to their hearts? They hate cannabis despite the fact that over 70% of our electorate voted to pass a medical cannabis law back in 2016. A 70% majority is a super majority, but the state government still puts unnecessary rules and restrictions on the program that affect patients the worst. Recently they put huge caps on the amount of milligrams of THC oil that medical marijuana physicians are able to recommend or prescribe to their patients. Cannabis users who were used to consume massive amounts of THC oil suddenly had to knock back their use by upwards to 50% or higher. Some went back to the black market for additional cannabis concentrates because they could no longer buy enough of their necessary items using their medical marijuana card. I hate it when the state government imposes new rules and regulations regarding medical cannabis, especially when they don’t actually improve anything that’s actually wrong with the system in the first place. The next thing you know, they’re going to start putting caps on the total amount of THC that can be in each product.

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