Some f.b.i agent keeps pushing mental issues on people ..hes crazy ...hes crazy...and thinks the State can force seroquail on people at the snap of the sheriff or agent fingers.....number 1 private citizens has the option to see there own doctors...az medical marijuana treats lots of disorders bi polar , Parkinson and lots of others mental dissorders...I think theres a lawsuit on "The State " of the city progressing these issues....some people,cops are just not educated in medical marijuana states
Are you ranting or asking a question because "Doesn't the az f.b.i and all az sheriffs know the new seroquail is az medical marijuanna" isn't a legal question.
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I am not sure what the FBI knows, but my understanding is that possession of marijuana has not been legalized by the federal government. I am guessing the Feds are anti marijuana with a medical card or not. Not all people are educated regarding the medical benefits.
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