Getting medical marijuana feels safer than the black market

I waited for years to get access to some form of legal marijuana at home.

My friends plus I in college had to risk losing our places in our university by cutting the law purchasing it plus consuming it in our dorm rooms.

Living in a house off campus wasn’t any better because both of us could get pulled over by a police officer on the way back from a drug dealer’s drug house. This absolutely happened to myself and others once while I was a senior, just one year away from graduation. The police officer who pulled myself and others over was seriously nice to myself and others plus just wanted myself and others to understand that our headlights had quit working. I was relieved that he didn’t detect the odor of the cannabis in the car or I would have been arrested that night or at least given a stern warning. Nowadays I don’t have to worry about being a criminal while using this attractive plant. I have a state-issued medical marijuana card that I can use at any of the medical marijuana stores in this state. On top of shielding myself and others from legal action, this medical marijuana card also gives myself and others the privilege of buying cannabis products that are subjected to rigorous lab testing plus regulatory scrutiny from the state’s Office of Medical Marijuana Use. Even in situations where companies tried to sell products after a disadvantage lab test report came back, I have seen the OMMU jump in plus force the company to publicly disclose the problem to their shoppers. That’s why the regulatory scrutiny is equally important as the requirement for lab testing because you need a state government that is willing to crack down on offenders who abuse the system. Otherwise it creates an environment where companies have no incentive to avoid gaming the system.
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