Legalization of Medical Marijuana in Arizona

We are all aware that 14 countries in the USA and countries like Canada, Austria, the Netherlands, Germany, Portugal, Spain, Finland, Israel, and Italy have legalized the use of medicinal marijuana.Only last November 2010, a legislation legalizing the possession and use of marijuana in Arizona exclusively for medical purposes are passed which makes it the fifteenth country to achieve that.

The same as another 14 countries, patients need to make an application for a medical marijuana identification card. To do this they has to be a"qualified individual" meaning he or she ought to have a chronic or debilitating disorder. Patients need to get a written recommendation by a physician, homeopaths, osteopaths, or naturopaths focusing and licensed to recommend medical marijuana therapy. This physician must also supply a written documentation concerning the stated recommendation, his motives to offer this, along with his signature affixed. As soon as they have both files, they may apply for a card.
Medicinal marijuana card holders might nevertheless violate the law abiding legality. This is one of the ambivalence which law-makers in Arizona must explain. What's more, if you live in Arizona and intend to push without repercussion in spite of a card, then you need to at least hire an crash attorney.
In terms of medical marijuana dispensaries, they ought to be enrolled as non-profit. They need to have records that prove their lawful operation. They ought to distribute medicinal marijuana solely to qualified patients that have a legal card and for their qualified primary caregivers. Obtaining, cultivating, processing, production, or sending them for different functions which makes them accountable for the law.