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Should Restrictions be Placed on Who's Allowed to Grow Medical Marijuana?

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  • The Right to Medicine

    When it comes to medical marijuana, obviously, those who are going to use it for medical reasons should be growing it. Doctors, pharmacy providers, etc. However at the same time, we do not want to create a monopoly where this medicine becomes expensive enough to be out of reach from those who need it. So while there should be restrictions on who can grow it, there should also be restrictions on the prices of it as well.

  • Medicinals Should Always Be Regulated

    If the purpose of a crop of marijuana is medicinal, then there should be regulations and restrictions in place on what gives it the medicinal value and who is uniquely qualified to ensure the medicinal quality. Care should be taken, however, not to create an unfair burden on growers, especially if the burden is meant to eliminate competition and prop up big business.

  • It has to be safe

    Without a doubt, there should be restrictions on who is allowed to grow medical marijuana. There have to be safety guidelines in place to ensure that the final product is safe for consumption, just as is the case with other medical drugs. The government needs to construct rules and regulations, and enforce them to ensure safety.

  • Cannabis plant should be unregulated

    I am firmly of the belief that it would be hypocritical to place restrictions on people who are allowed to grow medical marijuana. Outside of those trying to produce incredibly potent varieties of the plant it is not dangerous, grows naturally and as such should be as unregulated as is plausible.


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