In a recent post, William Breathes speculated that as many as 19,000 patients may have dropped off the state medical marijuana registry from January to July of this year. This figure was analyzed, critiqued and debated by our readers, with this one suggesting that the registry concept may be outdated.
John Wolfe writes:
The honest answer here is that lots of people bought red cards, don't need them anymore, and aren't paying to have them anymore. That system was bullshit in the first place, but a necessary step in the evolution of MJ legality.
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