Letters: Louisiana’s medical marijuana laws help no one

Letters: Louisiana's medical marijuana laws help no one
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In response to the article, “Is Kenner still getting a dispensary? Louisiana’s last marijuana license is in limbo,” one only has to look at the players to see why only a few licenses are being issued in the first place.

Meanwhile, many of us who suffer with chronic pain (backed up by MRI’s, X-rays and other medical records), have to pay more and or travel further to get treatment that is proven effective.

Medical marijuana is either legal or not.

If legal, why limit the number of places it can be sold? That only makes it costlier to the patient.

And for that matter why not allow the patient to grow a sufficient amount of plants themselves?

It’s purely the broken system of politics. There hasn’t been public service in many decades. Strictly self-serving interests prevails.

I can understand the growing restrictions, but any licensed pharmacy should be allowed to dispense medication.




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