Recently, the Michigan Attorney General's office filed a formal complaint with the Licensing and Regulation Division (LARA), alleging that a physician failed to require patients to produce medical records and "failed to maintain those records," prior to and after recommending patients for medical marijuana.
Proposed Tweaks to Michigan’s Medical Marijuana Law: Speed Up Registration, Tighten Doctor-Patient Relationship
Michigan’s months-long backlog of unprocessed medical marijuana applications is creating problems for patients and law enforcement.
One of the first known doctors in Colorado to be charged with writing a shoddy medical-marijuana recommendation had the case against him thrown out this week.
Patients seeking to use medical marijuana are being forced to wait as long as six months by Health Canada because a backlog of permit applications, a B.C. doctor says.
Compassion beats out prohibition to win big in California and Arizona!