Pot of confusion: Officials need to get a grip on medical pot law

Thanks to the ever courageous @dangillmor:
Colorado's medical marijuana law was passed NINE [FUCKING] YEARS AGO, but some municipalities are still grappling with it as if it's brand [FUCKING] new.

As of June 30, there were more than 8,900 patients with a medical marijuana registry card, which makes it legal for them to grow small amounts, buy marijuana from certain providers, and to use it to treat various diagnosed ailments.

More than 800 Colorado doctors have signed marijuana forms for their patients. For most patients, close to 90 percent, marijuana is used to relieve severe, debilitating pain.

So you'd think we'd have the hang of this.

But no.
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