Month: October 2011

MTCIA News & Update

October 23, 2011 News

First, a reminder: When patients send in their paperwork, they need to include the paperwork from their doctors and the paperwork from their providers. Be sure a copy of your driver’s license is included in the paperwork. Another reminder: The legislature successfully overrode the will of Missoula voters by overturning their lowest priority ordinance for Read More »

MTCIA News & Update

October 10, 2011 News

Montana medical cannabis providers were required to submit their fingerprints to DPHHS by October 1, a requirement that concerned many. Ninety-three providers have dropped off the provider registry as a result of this requirement, most by choice, a few due to technical problems with their submission. With the number of providers down near a mere Read More »

MTCIA Announces Schedule for Monthly Membership Meetings

October 6, 2011 Events

Meetings will run from 7:15 p.m. till 9:00 p.m. Any changes in time or location will be announced in advance. These meeting are for MTCIA members. If you are not currently a member and would like to become one, arrive at 7 pm to sign up. Second Monday of every month Kalispell: Glacier View VFW 330 1st Read More »

MTCIA Offers List of Links to Cannabis-Related Petitions on the White House Server

October 5, 2011

We all recognize the need for change in cannabis-related laws at the federal level. See the links below to sign on to petitions on the White House server. Release all known beneficial information regarding cannabis (hemp, marijuana) and its derivatives. Stop denying the medical value of cannabis (marijuana.) Remove it from schedule one of the controlled substances Read More »

MTCIA Applauds Attorney General Bullock’s Response to ATF Memo

October 3, 2011 News

The Montana Attorney General has issued a response to the memo by the ATF that rescinded 2nd amendment rights for medical cannabis patients. Below is an excerpt from Attorney General Bullock’s letter addressed to U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder: “Currently, 16 states and the District of Columbia have enacted laws allowing the use of marijuana Read More »

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