In California, marijuana is a Schedule II drug, which means that it has an eminent potential for abuse and has no accepted medicinal value. However, the cannabis plant has been used for hundreds of years to treat a variety of medical conditions, including a variety of chemotherapy side effects and respiratory problems. Today, more medical experts are recognizing the medicinal benefits of cannabis, and this has caused the federal government to take action against distributors of cannabis in California. With this administration, more cannabis growers and distributors will be sent to prison, or worse, they will be killed.Do you want to learn more? Visit Dispensary Near Me
The two Marijuana Dispensaries in Washington State has already decided to defy the law and continue to provide medical marijuana to patients who need it. However, many state politicians and local officials have threatened to shut down these two clinics if they do not comply with the state’s statutory marijuana regulations. Now the question that is being asked is whether or not the two marijuana dispensaries have actually broken the law. The answer to that question may not come for some time, because the Obama Administration is threatening to send the men to prison for their actions. Right now it appears as though the two marijuana dispensaries in Washington State will be able to continue operating while under federal investigation.
In short, both the California marijuana dispensary and the Washington State marijuana dispensary are acting within the law. They are following the dictates of the United States government, which has indicated that the possession of cannabis is against the law. Hopefully the federal government will realize this quickly and they will remove their prisons from both states, which will allow these businesses to operate freely. The war on drugs is a losing battle, and marijuana is clearly not a dangerous drug. It is time for the United States government to realize that not arresting these medical marijuana stores is simply sending a message that it is not acceptable to sell cannabis. Hopefully the war on drugs will come to an end soon, so that marijuana can once again be legally sold.
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