Attorney General Targets Medical Marijuana Once Again

People who exploit Michigan’s medical marijuana law are being targeted by Attorney General Bill Schuette.  Today Schuette plans to announce some new legislative proposals he says will protect public safety and address criminals who take advantage of the Michigan Medical Marijuana Act.  The proposals will be announced later this morning in Lansing.

A new petition to recall Attorney General Bill Schuette of Midland has been submitted to Midland County Clerk Ann Manary.  Manary said today that the proposed recall petition language has been filed and that a clarity hearing has been scheduled for Aug. 17.  Lansing resident Richard C. Clement submitted the language for the recall petition, citing Schuette’s opposition to the medical marijuana law, his appealing of a court decision that supported affirmative action in Michigan and his opposition to federally mandated health care.

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If you have been charged with a crime related to medical marijuana contact Daniel Ambrose 248-808-3130 or  at www.marijuanlawyermichigan.com

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2 responses to “Attorney General Targets Medical Marijuana Once Again

  1. Pingback: Schuette Calls Medical Marijuana Law Holier than Swiss Cheese | Ambrose Law Group

  2. i for one have the medical records and waited for 3 yrs to apply for my card . since i started using the medical marijuana i’ve stopped taking other med’s . maybe thats the problem all the drug companys are starting to lose money from there sells . with the backing from Washington . some of these politician’s that were voted into there nice cushy jobs need to go . THE PEOPLE VOTED LET IT STAND . just think if the voting doesn’t count why are some of these clowns still in office .

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