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The current Federal Law prohibits the use, sale, possession of marijuana or its paraphernalia whether for medical or recreational use. In Arizona, it is still unlawful and has stiff penalties carried with it. When voters in Arizona go to the polls on November 2, 2010, this may change. They’re voting on the Medical Marijuana initiative that’s been very popular, but until the medical marijuana will have no distinction from recreational marijuana and will be punished as such. Arizona ...
The Arizona Medical Marijuana Act or Arizona Proposition 203 was approved in November of 2010. This act aims to legalize medical marijuana use within the state provided that the client has medical marijuana card. The Arizona Proposition 203 won with 50.13% vote. How to obtain a Medicinal Marijuana in Arizona?The first step to qualify for a Medicinal Marijuana Card is to prove your Arizona residency. A proof of residency like driver’s license is enough to do this.  The ...
Arizona was made the fifteenth US state to legalize medical marijuana after the bill known as Proposition 203 was passed. The Arizona Medical Marijuana Act walked away by a small margin, by merely 4, 000 votes, out of the nearly two million votes put in.  Much like in California, the medical marijuana law in Arizona is designed to help patients afflicted with particular medical ...