Hot! Patients Have No Right to Medical Marijuana

AMA ASSN | The Montana Supreme Court ruled that state restrictions on medical marijuana access and sales do not violate patients’ rights to pursue health care under the state constitution.

The decision overturns a lower court opinion that had blocked new regulations on the state’s voter approved medical marijuana law.

The restrictions limit medical marijuana dispensers to three patients each and prevent them from making a profit. These limitations make it difficult for patients to obtain medical cannabis and the Montana Dept. of Justice, which defended the state, said it was satisfied with the decision.

In Thailand medical marijuana is illegal and there are strict laws for people selling or using the plant also known as ganja. In addition to marijuana there is a detailed Narcotics Act which details the legal regulations of drugs in Thailand.

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