Michigan Medical Marijuana Law Protects Users, Court Rules

Individuals who use medical marijuana -- even those without state-issued medical marijuana cards -- to treat certain health problems can tell a jury they are allowed to use the drug under the Michigan Medical Marijuana Act, under a Michigan Supreme Court ruling.
June 1, 2012
 

Individuals who use medical marijuana -- even those without state-issued medical marijuana cards -- to treat certain health problems can tell a jury they are allowed to use the drug under the Michigan Medical Marijuana Act, under a Michigan Supreme Court ruling.

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