In 2008 The People enacted Prop I and declared that the sick should not be arrested(1). Without reading the actual text of the law it is obvious that the people did not intend for the sick and their caregivers to be arrested. Yet an activist judiciary has rendered the Act nugatory. All of its participants have been placed at risk. This was not an arbitrary act of injustice. It was contrived by the Attorney General of the State of Michigan. His participation on behalf of the People in any matter concerning medical marijuana is repugnant. The AG failed to disclose to the court that he had a conflict of interest. He in fact funded and received funds in his chairmanship of the opposition to the Act in 2008. The name of this organization was Citizens Protecting Michigan Kids. It is a requirement of Michigan law that the Attorney General disclose such conflicts.(2) Let me be clear AG Schuette has violated every article concerning the Code of Professional Conduct. He has corrupted the judicial process. The legislature should immediately pass a Bill instructing employees of the State of Michigan and all subordinate jurisdictions to not follow or implement any segment of this decision.. The human tragedy from your failure to act will cause immeasurable damage to the to the people of the State of Michigan. We further demand that no changes be made to the Act.
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Mike Boone, United States2 years ago Comments: Putting sick people or people in constant pain like I, my wife, and the people we represent for using a medication that has been proven time and time again not to harm anyone is a travesty, and so is changing the rules as you go along to suit your own greedy agenda. Bill Schuette you clearly do not represent the will of the people and should be removed from office.
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Mary Czarnecki, United States2 years ago Comments: this is so important to the sick.
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