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#1 dr gonzo

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Posted 07 September 2010 - 09:27 PM

hello everyone,
Is it legal for a michigan medical marijuana patient card holder to leave the state with meds and still have our rights protected, i am going on vacation with my wife and I would like to bring a few grams of meds with me on our vacation. any help with this would be appreciated,
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Posted 07 September 2010 - 09:39 PM

i believe you are not protected. i think michigan is still the only state that recognizes MM registration from other states. anyone else know if that is still the case?

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Posted 07 September 2010 - 11:30 PM

Your card will mean even less to police from another state than it does to some of the jerks right here.

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Posted 08 September 2010 - 12:01 AM

No it wont protect you outside the state of Michigan heck it really doesn't do much for us here as it is . :notfair:

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Posted 08 September 2010 - 01:03 AM

No it wont protect you outside the state of Michigan heck it really doesn't do much for us here as it is . :notfair:

Notwithstanding Mr, kingdiamond's eloquent statement, some states do have reciprocity with us, just as we have with them. For instance, MI accepts all other state med-marijuana cards. CA refuses all 49 states. If you've got the time and the money, you could get cards in both states and walk freely like me. I just came back from a week in Mendocino, and proudly packed 1.1 ounces of nature's goodnees in my carryon baggage, Could have brought more, but didn't have the balls.

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Posted 08 September 2010 - 02:17 AM

Notwithstanding Mr, kingdiamond's eloquent statement, some states do have reciprocity with us, just as we have with them. For instance, MI accepts all other state med-marijuana cards. CA refuses all 49 states. If you've got the time and the money, you could get cards in both states and walk freely like me. I just came back from a week in Mendocino, and proudly packed 1.1 ounces of nature's goodnees in my carryon baggage, Could have brought more, but didn't have the balls.

He said his Michigan medical card if you go to another medical marijuana state most require a new certification there was a long discussion about this very matter and i think its still here in the forums somewhere but California members chimed in saying the Cali dispensaries wanted new certs performed before they would serve out of state patients .

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Posted 08 September 2010 - 02:36 PM

brown thumb, king diamond and others I really appreciate the info very much looks like I will have to leave natures pain remedy behind the trip will not be to long so I should get by
looking forward to talking to all of you on other subjects very soon
thanks dr gonzo

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Posted 08 September 2010 - 04:51 PM

Notwithstanding Mr, kingdiamond's eloquent statement, some states do have reciprocity with us, just as we have with them. For instance, MI accepts all other state med-marijuana cards. CA refuses all 49 states. If you've got the time and the money, you could get cards in both states and walk freely like me. I just came back from a week in Mendocino, and proudly packed 1.1 ounces of nature's goodnees in my carryon baggage, Could have brought more, but didn't have the balls.


Do you have a link that shows reciprocity? I have not seen any evidence of reciprocity with any state on MDCH site. I'm not even sure who is in charge of negotiating these agreements. I thought the Secretary of State did the CCW reciprocity but I could be wrong.

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Posted 08 September 2010 - 07:27 PM

NO! especially if it is a non medical cannabis state. even the others where it is legal won't honor Michigan cards. Michigan will accept theres though...

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Posted 22 September 2010 - 10:10 AM

Do you have a link that shows reciprocity? I have not seen any evidence of reciprocity with any state on MDCH site. I'm not even sure who is in charge of negotiating these agreements. I thought the Secretary of State did the CCW reciprocity but I could be wrong.

After doing a little research on NORML's website it appears that the following states DO have reciprocity:

Rhode Island - http://norml.org/ind...tm_view=medical
Maine - http://norml.org/ind...tm_view=medical
Montana - http://norml.org/ind...l&Group_ID=4548

If I'm wrong don't blame me, blame NORML.

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Posted 22 September 2010 - 04:50 PM

After doing a little research on NORML's website it appears that the following states DO have reciprocity:

Rhode Island - http://norml.org/ind...tm_view=medical
Maine - http://norml.org/ind...tm_view=medical
Montana - http://norml.org/ind...l&Group_ID=4548

If I'm wrong don't blame me, blame NORML.


That is good info. We have been wanting to visit Main. I guess next summer that is where we will go on vacation. Might as well support the states who support MMJ. And we love Montana. The trip over Beartooth pass on the motorcycle was amazing.




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