June 16, 2011
(L):“I think Monterey County is a bit behind Santa Cruz County in terms of realizing that there’s no shame or negativity associated with medical marijuana,” Dr. Deborah Malka says. (R): Attorney Richard Rosen, the attorney representing MyCaregiver Cooperative, Inc., says the county’s militant approach is putting patients in the red: “You can end up paying over $10,000 once all’s said and done.”
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Part 1: From the feds to the county, the confusion surrounding medical marijuana laws are enough to drive a girl to get stoned.
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