It is legal in Denver. Nothing was consumed. I am not accused of being intoxicated. It was not shown or mentioned to anyone. When asked I said I had visited a dispensary night before and that could have been what was smelled. I was immediately sent home and am now facing a final write up with any... View More
I was awarded a job offer in Pennsylvania and as a medical marijuana card
holder (in NJ) I thought I was covered from having the offer revoked so long as I abide by 2016 Act 16. Now that they received results they are taking back the offer. Is this legal? I could be prescribed benzos which... View More
In New Hampshire, we are looking to open a clinic that offers Doctor Prescribed Semaglutde. The Doctor is a consultant, the clinic is not owned by the doctor nor does he/she/they/them have any controlling interest. The Script is then filled via a remote pharmacy and shipped to our facility so the... View More
It's time to stand up for myself its wildly unfair, Dr was so abrupt and would not discuss anything despite having been compliant and twice now false positive. Other meds I take as well as red bull apparently can cause false positives. She discharged me abruptly w/o any discussion. I am paying... View More
In California, patients at pain clinics have rights that need to be respected, especially in situations involving drug screening and treatment decisions. If you've encountered a situation where a false positive on a drug test led to abrupt discharge from care, there are steps you can take....View More
Live in an apartment. Lease says no illegal drugs. But manager ignored complaints only thing that stopped it being constant is fear of cops knocking on their door and now with the law changing am I to live in misery? Moving is not an option. Disabled and on fixed income. Also have asthma and get... View More
A landlord has the ability to evict a tenant in Ohio if they have actual knowledge that they are consuming illegal substances. Their refusal to do so could be considered a defect in the property, which could give you the ability to escrow your rent with the court until the defect is corrected.
The question is whether the complaint (the formal charging instrument) was filed with the court within the 2 year statute of limitations period from the date of alleged offense. Calling a lawyer would help. Good luck.
In California, your landlord must provide reasonable notice, typically 24 hours, before entering your home, except in emergencies. If your landlord entered without proper notice, this could be a violation of your rights as a tenant.
Regarding the accusation of marijuana use, if you believe...View More
It is important to protect your personal assets from your business. Create a corporation or a limited liability company to use to operate your business. The tax consequences are different depending on which form of business you take. See a professional to get more particular guidance.
I think the larger question is not whether you can have a medical marijuana card while you’re on probation, but can you INGEST medical marijuana while you’re on probation. The answer varies based upon which Probation office oversees your probation. Many Oklahoma counties will allow it and many...View More
Under current state regulations they can. While the technical effective date of the voter initiated statute, is December 7, 2023, Ohio's General Assembly and the Department of Commerce and the Department of Development have yet to flesh out the new regulatory structure for the actual sale...View More
While working as Cashier in Kroger , Police caught me selling beer to a minor teen (which was sent by police only). I failed to check his ID. I just entered date told by him, it was typo which went through system. Then police came inside and handed over a ‘violation’ ticket to me and one to... View More
Yes, there is a risk of deportation if you obtain a medical marijuana card while on an F-1 visa. This is because marijuana is still classified as a Schedule I drug under federal law and possession or use of a Schedule I drug is a federal crime. As an F-1 visa holder, you are subject to federal law,...View More
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