Arizona Medical Marijuana Dispensaries Likely to be Open This Summer, State Official Says

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The first medical-marijuana dispensaries could be open as soon as July, says Will Humble, director of the state Department of Health Services.

The first state-authorized medical marijuana dispensaries will likely open in Arizona this summer, said Will Humble, director of the state Department of Health Services.

Humble, addressing TV viewers minutes ago on Channel 8's (KAET-TV) Horizon news show, said his agency would be awarding the first licenses by mid-June.

"If someone was really ready to go -- they had their business plan and everything ready -- we could see some dispensaries in, say, mid-July, maybe early August," he said.

While that's good news for the state's registered medical-marijuana patients, who now total more than 18,000, it also means the dispensaries will be arriving about a year late.

Voters approved Proposition 203 in the November 2010 election, authorizing the use, cultivation and distribution of medical marijuana for qualified users. The new law gave the DHS power to create an administration system for privately owned dispensaries, the number of which would be capped to 10 percent of the state's pharmacies.

Investors and entrepreneurs prepared to turn the pipe dream of marijuana advocates into reality, with hopes for a literally budding billion-dollar industry.

But Governor Jan Brewer and state Attorney General Tom Horne, both Republicans and vocal opponents of Prop 203, had other plans.


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Governor Jan Brewer's legal opposition to medical marijuana has received some setbacks lately.

After the prop squeaked into a narrow victory, Horne met with representatives of the group that had opposed it. They discussed filing a lawsuit in federal court to halt the dispensaries. A few months later, following a letter by then-Arizona U.S. Attorney Dennis Burke reiterating that federal law still prohibited marijuana, Brewer filed the lawsuit and stopped the DHS from accepting dispensary applications.

Caregivers and qualified patients continued to received state authorization to grow, share and use medical marijuana.

Two major court rulings on the issue this month nuked Brewer's plans to thwart Arizona voters.

Earlier this month, U.S. District Judge Susan Bolton tossed out the federal lawsuit, which basically had asked the judge to determine whether Arizona's law was legal. Bolton said the request for declaratory judgment was premature, because it hinged on the untested notion that state workers were at risk of being prosecuted for administering the program.

Maricopa County Superior Court Judge Richard Gama ruled a couple of weeks later that the people had spoken and Brewer lacked the discretion to put any portion of the new law on hold. He ordered the state to launch the program as voters intended.

The ruling was in a lawsuit against the state brought by one would-be dispensary operator, Compassion First, LLC, which had opposed some of the rules for dispensary owners invented by the DHS. Gama threw out some of those rules, including a residency requirement.

Humble tells New Times the state has no plans to appeal Gama's ruling. A new rule package based in part on Gama's order can be done "really quickly," with dispensary applications accepted in April, he predicts.

A lottery for the best applicants in each designated area will likely be held in June, following a 45-day review period, Humble says. And that means dispensaries by mid-summer.

On Horizon, Humble said the demand for dispensaries may be less than predicted, in part due to the temporarily derailed process in Arizona and concern of a crackdown by federal authorities.

Arizona's soon-to-be blossoming dispensary industry, which includes authorized cultivation centers, comes as federal authorities in Colorado and California move to close down some of the pot shops.

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Murshell Dawgston
Murshell Dawgston

This law violates my civil rights according to the Arizona State Constitution, Article 2 section 13 
No law shall be enacted granting to any citizen, class of citizens, or corporation other than municipal, privileges or immunities which, upon the same terms, shall not equally belong to all citizens or corporations.  Thanks MPP for violating my civil rights and hoodwinking Arizona voters

nick
nick

Fuck the MPP.

charlie_oscar
charlie_oscar

The Mormons have been pre-occupied with Operation Romney and Russell Pearce's downfall also helped - Dennis Burke now living in Mexico under an assumed identity! (the irony) afraid to leave the dank apartment because there are assault rifles all over town!. Jan Brew did her rednecked best, to keep this medical alternative out of respectable reach for those who benefit from it. The most important thing now, is to learn from California’s mistakes! We do not need dispensary names like, "Arizonadam Tokertorium" or Desert Dog Coffee House! That just invites the DEA to kick the door in! Keep it legal and keep it CLINICAL!

Names like: "Southwest Medical Alternatives" and wear white labcoats instead of giant Rasta rainbow hats! Play elevator music, not the Montego Bay top 20; scatter magazines like, Nat Geo, AARP in the waiting room...NO High Times! You get the picture?

Just my humble opinion

Weedlynews
Weedlynews

All I can see with AZ's prop 203 is worst that A.S.A.'s "Restrictive Permitting, or Stricter Guide Lines, or better yet his back door deal with L.A. city council 12-10 when he stated "The Thinning of The Herds". It gives the patients that do need this medicine more problems than going behind a mall or liquor store to score. It's only to gather your personal information and restrict your legal access more than under-ground deals, I feel it is safer. Look how both keep it just out of everyone's reach when so many can product their own and get therapy from it. Follow the truth in what is going on in California and see if they both are the same just worded differently. Cop Shops...stay away!!! go astray. 

SuckYou
SuckYou

@bbe2aeb5d28958ad4a564a68b773762a:disqus  where you buying your illegal weed from? no one smokes that mexican cartel blood weed...except for blacks with their blunt habit. any dealers I know have buds as good or even better than these shops.
shop prices might be decent but they're missing THC! Which means everything and being from colorado i've gotten the best bud i've ever smoked or seen down here. now that's something to say.
and no one is going to cali to buy bud just to get a free joint out of it and transport it back at the risk of legal authorities.
and no...that weed doesn't get you higher than a 1/2 ounce of phoenix bud. you don't have to exaggerate to try and make a point. my nephew does that shit!

medical alarm
medical alarm

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mlrose529
mlrose529

I am a California resident with endless sympathy for the great many intelligent people of Arizona who suffer under Gov. Jan Brewer. No big shock that she is a typical small government/states' rights hypocrite...one who just LOVES heavy-handed federal government intrusion when it comes to laws she doesn't want to enforce. Her reasons for fighting tooth-and-nail against pro-cannabis laws are merely consistent with her mandate: To put as many people -- particularly non-republican voters, a bonus -- in prison (preferably Sheriff Joe's, no doubt) as she possibly can. With Correctional Corp of America's (CCA) arm up her ass and in her administration, it is little wonder she and Sheriff Arpaio are full-time shills for draconian immigration policies and retrograde drug-war nonsense. At over $30,000 in profit per inmate, free private-industry labor, and an exploitative markup for formerly free or low-cost personal necessities and phone calls, Brewer maintains a vested interest in promoting unduly harsh penalties and high conviction rates for non-violent 'crimes'. Hey, is it any wonder Sheriff Joe -- a gleeful fascist if ever there was one -- is a major stockholder in CCA? His business is enslavement and, thanks to Governor Brewer, business is booming! His beloved never-changing VACANCY sign really says it all. The state will provide the chattel -- weed lawbreakers, Mexicans, and other poor minorities primarily -- and CCA will get to keep building their profit-machine prisons. 
Just wanted to add that I believe the private-prison industry racket to be a sick and disgusting 21st Century version of slavery. So I really wish Arpaio would keep his self-aggrandizingly smug humiliation tactics to himself. Within this context they only look like the childlike cruelty of a sadistic and disingenuous megalomaniac.

Albert
Albert

They want to SINK another 60 MILLION into prisons with the next budget....  Spend..Spend..Spend... I hope they replaced the money they took  from the healthcare they are supposed to cover. Took 500 MILLION from the healthcare fund and turned it into 537 MILLION Corporate Tax Package, and touted it as a jobs bill.... But it had no language to even hire a single person. Excellent thinking guys!!!!!  

Albert
Albert

REALLY>>>> Someone deleted one of my posts....  There was more info posted with it, but I didn't back it up.  Why was my post deleted????  Was it because I talked about a certain organization?????? Next time just redact the words...I didn't post anything false....... And I'm posting information that's already out in public, and by the organizations leader.

Info. on the 25 mile halo. And how it came to be!!!http://stash.norml.org/mpps-an... 

And Prop 106. Bans any kind of forced healthcare programs and required insurance. It's on the secretary of state website. 
http://www.azsos.gov/election/... 

MC Testing
MC Testing

Thanks a lot, Brewer & Horne. Your year's delay help to cost me my job. Kronos Lab had hoped that cannabis analytics would put us in the black. Now Kronos Lab is toast and we've all been either laid off as of two weeks ago, or put on notice of lay off. So much for your support of the biotech industry in Arizona. 

The Grow Union
The Grow Union

Name 2 dispensaries that were following their state's rules to the letter that have been shut down...Gordon Gecko was wrong, greed IS NOT good.

malcolmkyle
malcolmkyle

Some simple facts:

* A rather large majority of people will always feel the need to use drugs, such as heroin, opium, nicotine, amphetamines, alcohol, sugar, or caffeine.

* Just as it was impossible to prevent alcohol from being produced and used in the U.S. in the 1920s, so too, it is equally impossible to prevent any of the aforementioned drugs from being produced and widely used by those who desire to do so. 

* Due to Prohibition (historically proven to be an utter failure at every level), the availability of most of these mood-altering drugs has become so universal and unfettered that in any city of the civilized world, any one of us would be able to procure practically any drug we wish within an hour.

* The massive majority of people who use drugs do so recreationally - getting high at the weekend then up for work on a Monday morning. 

* A small minority of people will always experience drug use as problematic.

* Throughout history, the prohibition of any mind-altering substance has always exploded usage rates, overcrowded jails, fueled organized crime, created rampant corruption of law-enforcement - even whole governments, while inducing an incalculable amount of suffering and death. 

* The involvement of the CIA in running Heroin from Vietnam, Southeast Asia and Afghanistan and Cocaine from Central America has been well documented by the 1989 Kerry Committee report, academic researchers Alfred McCoy and Peter Dale Scott, and the late journalist Gary Webb.

* It's not even possible to keep drugs out of prisons, but prohibitionists wish to waste hundreds of billions of our money in an utterly futile attempt to keep them off our streets.

* Prohibition kills more people and ruins more lives than the prohibited drugs have ever done.

* The United States jails a larger percentage of it's own citizens than any other country in the world, including those run by the worst totalitarian regimes, yet it has far higher use/addiction rates than most other countries.

* The urge to save humanity is almost always a false-face for the urge to rule it.
- H. L. Mencken (1880-1956) American editor, essayist and philologist.

* 2010 Reported Corporate Revenues:

    Johnson & Johnson = $61.90 billion

    Pfizer= $50.01 billion

    GlaxoSmithKline = $45.83 billion

    Novartis = $44.27

    Sanofi-Aventis = $41.99 billion

    AstraZeneca = $32.81 billion

    Merck & Co. = $27.43 billion

    Eli Lilly = $21.84 billion

    Anheuser-Busch InBev (2007) = $16.70 billion

    MillerCoors = $3.03 billion

    Pabst = $0.50 billion

* As with torture, prohibition is a grievous crime against humanity. If you support it, or even simply tolerate it by looking the other way while others commit it, you are an accessory to a very serious moral transgression against humanity.

* The United States re-legalized certain drug use in 1933. The drug was alcohol, and the 21st amendment re-legalized its production, distribution and sale. Both alcohol consumption and violent crime dropped immediately as a result, and very soon after, the American economy climbed out of that same prohibition engendered abyss into which it had foolishly fallen.  

“You can always count on Americans to do the right thing, after they’ve tried everything else.” 
- Winston Churchill

malcolmkyle
malcolmkyle

Some simple facts:

* A rather large majority of people will always feel the need to use drugs, such as heroin, opium, nicotine, amphetamines, alcohol, sugar, or caffeine.

* Just as it was impossible to prevent alcohol from being produced and used in the U.S. in the 1920s, so too, it is equally impossible to prevent any of the aforementioned drugs from being produced and widely used by those who desire to do so. 

* Due to Prohibition (historically proven to be an utter failure at every level), the availability of most of these mood-altering drugs has become so universal and unfettered that in any city of the civilized world, any one of us would be able to procure practically any drug we wish within an hour.

* The massive majority of people who use drugs do so recreationally - getting high at the weekend then up for work on a Monday morning. 

* A small minority of people will always experience drug use as problematic.

* Throughout history, the prohibition of any mind-altering substance has always exploded usage rates, overcrowded jails, fueled organized crime, created rampant corruption of law-enforcement - even whole governments, while inducing an incalculable amount of suffering and death. 

* The involvement of the CIA in running Heroin from Vietnam, Southeast Asia and Afghanistan and Cocaine from Central America has been well documented by the 1989 Kerry Committee report, academic researchers Alfred McCoy and Peter Dale Scott, and the late journalist Gary Webb.

* It's not even possible to keep drugs out of prisons, but prohibitionists wish to waste hundreds of billions of our money in an utterly futile attempt to keep them off our streets.

* Prohibition kills more people and ruins more lives than the prohibited drugs have ever done.

* The United States jails a larger percentage of it's own citizens than any other country in the world, including those run by the worst totalitarian regimes, yet it has far higher use/addiction rates than most other countries.

* The urge to save humanity is almost always a false-face for the urge to rule it.
- H. L. Mencken (1880-1956) American editor, essayist and philologist.

* 2010 Reported Corporate Revenues:

    Johnson & Johnson = $61.90 billion

    Pfizer= $50.01 billion

    GlaxoSmithKline = $45.83 billion

    Novartis = $44.27

    Sanofi-Aventis = $41.99 billion

    AstraZeneca = $32.81 billion

    Merck & Co. = $27.43 billion

    Eli Lilly = $21.84 billion

    Anheuser-Busch InBev (2007) = $16.70 billion

    MillerCoors = $3.03 billion

    Pabst = $0.50 billion

* As with torture, prohibition is a grievous crime against humanity. If you support it, or even simply tolerate it by looking the other way while others commit it, you are an accessory to a very serious moral transgression against humanity.

* The United States re-legalized certain drug use in 1933. The drug was alcohol, and the 21st amendment re-legalized its production, distribution and sale. Both alcohol consumption and violent crime dropped immediately as a result, and very soon after, the American economy climbed out of that same prohibition engendered abyss into which it had foolishly fallen.  

“You can always count on Americans to do the right thing, after they’ve tried everything else.” 
- Winston Churchill

Albert
Albert

I've been saying the same thing..... They will more than likely be shut down... They should let people open them up, but patients should still be able to grow their own, and use the dispensaries if they want.  The 25 mile halo should not be enforced because of my 3 posted examples... 

1. Health department authority isn't as broad as they would like... Came up with a ton of rules that are invalid..   2. Patients having to SUPPORT an entire dispensary business is wrong... ALL EXPENSES are ALLOWED to BE DEDUCTED... which will increase the cost of the medicine, not equal, or fair for people who live outside a 25 area.. Which circles back to example 1... CHAA areas are not a "rule or power" the health department has been given. Dispensary locations are listed here  ARS 36-2806.01.... And no authority was given to  the health department  for locations by prop. 203. Equal protection, and there are some other laws that restrict forced participation as well.3. Proposition 106, which we also passed in November with Prop. 203. Which prevents the state from making, enforcing... any rule or law.....And even federal laws or rules.... That a resident of Arizona can NOT be FORCED into ANY HEALTHCARE decisions, programs, Etcetera...... This legislation was also backdated to January 1, 2009.... So it would include the Obamacare health care act.....  and anything else...

Jmckee217
Jmckee217

Reading the statements from all the people including this one about how you don't want to be forced to purchase from a dispensary I would say everyone would just like a free license to do whatever the hell they want and have no regulation over the manufacture and distribution of MMJ. Wouldn't that be nice. Unfortunately When things are left with out checks things would get out of control in a hurry and essentially we would just create a new black market.People need to look at this in the big picture instead of how it only affects them. Dispensaries need to be seen at a pharmacy. They issue medicine that was produce in a controlled enviroment under strict government regulation. The idea is that a consistent and safe product will be available to everyone in need. Think for example of Rx drugs. You have to go to a pharmacy to obtain them and need doctor approval first. If you were to be found manufacturing, Vicodin, for example, you would be brought up on charges and serving time for it, possibly even federal time. People should feel lucky that they even have the opportunity to grow themselves for as long as they have. Also finally of course the patients are going to be the soul source of income for dispensaries. That like saying a restaurant is out of line for expecting the general public to pay for food, or hell a grocery store for that matter. The 25 mile radius is a issue of 15 people all trying to grow in a one apartment complex or neighborhood. Some knowing what they are doing and most not. This would attract some unwanted elements as well as most family households and the general public would rather not live to a place that is a known drug house. You may or may not know but most dispensaries are stuck into the zoning specifications of adult entertainment. To find zoning for a dispensary is a very hard and long process. The health dept. differed the authority to control location to the local jurisdictions. Trust me I know this. I am a future dispensary owner and have been reading the law front to back for 16 months. I am no lawyer but I have read the whole thing, including the parts that don't directly affect me. I suggest everyone else do the same.

teknik1200
teknik1200

There is going to be some challenges to the 25 mile rule.  I don't think it will stand up.  One issue is that it's hard to find an attorney who knows about the rules who isn't already helping a dispensary.

The dispensaries are all about the 25 mile rule as it ensures they have patients filling their facility.

I'm hoping the 25 mile rule doesn't last, I think there will be plenty of patients who don't have the time, effort, or space to learn to grow.

James
James

I have not heard of one actual challenge to the exclusion rule.  What I have heard, from an attorney who practices in AZ, is that because the 25 mile rule is written into the law, and not just the rules, it can't be changed without a referendum and a successful vote.  What that tells me is that the law is as likely to be repealed as to be modified.  People are much too complacent about this stuff. 

Albert
Albert

That was the MPP before they became the AZMPP or something like that.  Here is a link to the whole "idea" behind the 25 mile rule...It's all about DOLLAR!! 
http://stash.norml.org/mpps-an...

And a link to the secretary of states site that has Prop. 106. It's pretty clear... the lawmakers passed a law, and wanted the voters of Arizona to decide whether they wanted to be forced into ANY type of HEALTHCARE decision, or program. So  basically it prevents the state from enforcing, passing ANY rules or laws that force a resident into ANY HEALTHCARE... from insurance and to prohibit any FORCED TO PARTICIPATION  IN ANY HEALTH CARE SYSTEM. The dispensary system is a "health care system" .http://www.azsos.gov/election/2010/in...

Albert
Albert

No problem... I'm not an attorney, or have anything to do with the legal arena. I just read too much. And remember odd, and random things.  As you can tell my writing skills aren't the best, but I can usually get my point out there.  1. People just need to repeat that the health department doesn't have the "free pass" on making rules they want .. Just from the process of making, developing. They still have to follow what list of items they can develop. 2.  And that a person who lives 25 miles will get their medicine at a substantial lower price. (remember... dispensaries can deduct ALL expediences according to prop 203. This be an unfair and possible illegal practice) 3.  And of course passing PROP 106.. which prevents the state from making any law or rule...or enforcing a federal law.... that forces a resident into ANY type of HEALTHCARE decision. It also went into effect on January 1, 2009.. (backdated legislation)   It's kind of funny... I guess the MPP, and AZMPP didn't realize that we were simultaneously passing a law that would invalidate the required use of dispensaries portion of prop 203.  GOOD JOB ARIZONA!!!!!!

Jmckee217
Jmckee217

I would like to know where your getting this "can deduct all expediences", are you talking from state taxes or from our bottom line or what is it you refer to. I know for a fact we can not deduct jack from the federal. They take their 40% right off the top because we are a illegal business essentially.

slippery mike
slippery mike

I dont want a dispensary with in 25 miles of ME!

Jmckee217
Jmckee217

You would rather have 15 stoners trying to grow pot next door to you then?

mlrose529
mlrose529

Why is that? Because of all the violent anti-social behavior exhibited by cannabis users? Marijuana makes one reflective and peaceful. And overuse just leads to sleep rather than vomiting, aggression, and death. Now, if you really want to avoid users who hurt people and deface property then I would suggest you work to remove all liquor establishments within a 25 mile radius. Unless of course, you yourself use liquor. Then that wouldn't do, not at all.

James
James

I wonder if the patients can assert a "people>corporations" position.

Bedbug
Bedbug

 how about a liquor store instead?

mlrose529
mlrose529

Exactly. Then instead of pot-smoking 'scum' he can enjoy drunk-drivers, violence, and people peeing and vomiting -- hopefully not at the same time -- on his lawn. But liquor is different. After all, it is the preferred high for those over fifty, for those who make the laws, and probably for Slippery Mike.

Guest23
Guest23

Whyv exactly? Most dispensaries in other states havent had anywhere near the issues their naysayers say would come about from dispensaries. This is so vmuch crap like tattoo shops attract crime ans such.

Jim
Jim

 Arizona is a  backwards close minded hick state full of uptight straights and squares from back east the mid west states and up north back east Yankees.. its like the conservative deep south except its the conservative deep southwest.

teknik1200
teknik1200

Jim, while that may be true, it's not applicable in this case.

I also do not one within 25 miles of myself.   The reason being that if there is one within 25 miles patients cannot grow their own if they choose to.  

From a cost perspective it's unfair and cost prohibitive.

teknik1200
teknik1200

why? $200-300/week = $800-$1200 a month.

vs.

$30 a month for even more medicine.

Make sense?

James
James

Once you write off the sunk cost of garden stuff, and just consider the marginal costs of electricity, nutrients, and maybe filtered water, you can easily get a few ounces every month or two for $30-50/month or less. 

The Grow Union
The Grow Union

Uh, he's probably growing it himself...that's the point. Why buy at retail when you can grow?

Visalus Body By Vi Champion
Visalus Body By Vi Champion

if you are paying 30 dollars, then you are not receiving medicine, you are getting mexican brick weed that has been sprayed with chemicals. Nasty

thebudnetwork
thebudnetwork

it would be dumb. but suckas bron every minute. i am reg 215 but i am not anxius to get in game. either way more people will be growing at home too. both indoors and outdoors.

jimbo
http://www.hydroponicgrowrooms...

DEC MED
DEC MED

Lottery should be avoided. Whoever signs up first is licensed first. Later registers will be licensed at a later date. Example 100 first year 50 ea year thereafter.... with ability to move with permission and change ownership or have multiple director relationships.

Jason
Jason

 support your local illegal pot dealer! fuck the government pot.

Jason
Jason

dont forget all the free Arizona desert peyote out there to in the local desert. and its free if you know where to look.

Bob
Bob

peyote doesn't grow in az - or does it? maybe you need to show me where to look.

Jason
Jason

I have 16  green peyote buttons in my home right now.  you core the fuzzy middle out and throw it away you  then peel the green skin off then eat it. or you can boil it into tea and drink it. then after you ingest it  you  will puke a bit. then you start tripping in about 30 to 45 minits. its a very colorful trip and its a very happy mellow floaty trip. its really nice. its great for sex with a sexy lady to.

Jason
Jason

 it taste very bitter and can remind you of the taste of metal or something metallic tasting. your either on the bus , or off the bus.

Jason
Jason

 In Florida and East Texas you can pick bags and bags of fresh magic mushrooms right out of the fresh new cow shit after it rains in the spring. the Houston Texas area is perfect in spring  for picking free shrooms and anywhere in Florida in the spring time. can you dig that? I knew all this shit in the late 1960s. where have you guys been all these years? in college? married? or working a  shitty job or something? you all need to get out there in the big old world before the shit house goes up in flames!

mlrose529
mlrose529

Does identifying the fertile soil and precipitation of one's former state constitute bragging? If it does then I must have missed something.

Bedbug
Bedbug

 Even more so huh? well then your wet moist rainy part of the USA wins the battle of the big egos! why are you living here in the hot dry sunny desert if its so great up yonder?

teknik1200
teknik1200

Even more so in the pacific northwest.

Jason
Jason

  the best way to find out where  peyote / mescalito grows is to make friends with some old timer older hippie types like myself if you can find us and meet us. and trust me we are stiill aroundin 2012. and after a while sooner or later we might just like you enough and trust you enough take you on the great mescalito hunt up north. you cant give info out like to to the masses. it I did it would become an extinct  plant. it would be picked to death.

Jason
Jason

 Peyote grows in the high desert north of Phoenix Arizona. I been cutting peyote there since 1973. I will not tell you wear it grows because it would all be cut and picked by greedy city folks then it would die off and there would be none left to grow back for the future. im an old hippie and we know how to keep a sacred plant secret. and we are not greedy. the other place it grows is near Brownsville Texas near the mexican border.

Jason
Jason

 yes it does.

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