HOW TO GET MEDICAL CANNABIS IN DC? Wow! I feel for folks in Virginia trying to deal with this medical marijuana license headache. A recent article on Roanoke.com spoke to a medical patient’s dilemma in receiving her cannabis card. I hope people realize Initiative 71 exists in Washington DC and many Virginia residents take advantage.
We will get to what exactly Initiative 71 is in a minute but first the VA woes. The article is a first-person account of first the wait for the card that the author has yet to receive. She has been told her “application and supporting documents have been received and approved” via email. She has received her Medical Cannabis card number as well. Although she cannot buy cannabis without the card so by the mailbox she waits.
How to buy weed in dc? Really. Please correct me with facts if I am wrong. First off, a medical dispensary, a state taxed facility, sells 3.5 grams for $10. Is this a non-profit dispensary? I remember paying $100 an ounce like the friend from Colorado. That was when I smoked swag and picked seeds out of bags. Cannabis for $100 an ounce is dirt weed I do not want. Just like quality produce, meat, liquor, clothes, and automobiles one gets what they pay for. When you deal with a delivery service in DC expect to pay for quality.
HOW INITIATIVE 71 WORKS?
What is Initiative 71? We are not speaking of the slow moving film ’71 about a British soldier stuck in Belfast during 1971. Initiative 71 is Washington DC’s legal measure that approves (legally allows) for the possession of marijuana. Initiative 71 also allows for some creative gifting in the District of Columbia. Initiative 71 allows transportation of up to two ounces in the District of Columbia. Initiative 71 allows for transfer of up to one ounce without remuneration. This is where an awesome service like Select Co-Op comes into play.
Specifically, Initiative 71 permits up to two ounces of marijuana in one’s personal possession. One can cultivate, or grow up to three marijuana plants. The website for the office of the mayor confirms the above information.
Initiative 71 also allows for some creative gifting in the District of Columbia. Initiative 71 allows transportation of up to two ounces in the District of Columbia. Initiative 71 allows for transfer of up to one ounce without remuneration. This is where an awesome service like Select Co-Op comes into play.
Personally, I keep walking past Trader Joe’s when I see the lines wrapped around aisles. The same goes true for Costco as I avoid car lines wrapped around the blocks for gasoline. I appreciate a delivery service like Select Co-op. They set a time and place and are there. They usually have to wait a few minutes for me, but they are always on time. The new medical flowers in the state of VA is great for VA medical card holders that want to wait in line and have limited selection; the rest of us can take advantage of VA Cannabis Alternatives – Initiative 71.