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Medical marijuana sellers are now free to sell without having to worry about whether they will be brought to court for selling it as long as they follow the state laws for selling medical marijuana. This is only the case for the time being. It is very possible that when the government gains the funds to actually do something about medical marijuana sellers the government will most likely do that.

Key Takeaways:

  • Marijuana users can no longer be prosecuted as long as they’re abiding by the states laws about marijuana.
  • The court couldn’t understand what DOJ was trying to say about medical marijuana laws.
  • How can the court be sure that a person is truly using marijuana for medical reasons.

“The DOJ argued that the language contained in the rider applied only to prosecution of state actors, such as licensing clerks, and did not apply to individual actors in the medical marijuana industry.”