Written by Christina Sarich, Natural Society, December 29, 2014 – http://tinyurl.com/kquc2jp
A new interesting precedent has likely been set in a California court regarding medical marijuana. Many people who have taken concentrated cannabis in the form of “honey oil” and “dabs” (which often are concentrated versions of THC) can no longer be jailed or fined, since they will now be classified as medical marijuana.
The state appellate court ruled that “marijuana” and “concentrated cannabis” are not literally defined in the 1996 Compassionate Use Act, but that those definitions are implied throughout the law. This means that marijuana users should not be arrested for possession of these concentrated forms of cannabis.
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