After finally getting a good cannabis physician, I was then contending with state wide cannabis delivery services and they would arrive at my house hours early or late
I’ll never forget the stress I was put under when I first tried getting a medical marijuana card here in my home state. We all voted on a constitutional amendment to legalize the drug for medical use, but there was a lot of gray area over how the businesses—both commercial companies and doctors alike—would be regulated. My first cannabis physician stole money from me under the guises of a bogus excuse. It’s a long story, but here’s the short version. It was only six months after the new medical marijuana law went into effect, so the legislature was updating the rules and regulations every single month. This doctor operated under the assumption that he could charge patients a few every 90 days, but that rule was thrown out fairly quickly by a state judge. So he dumped all of his patients who had already paid for their first visit and claimed that the state was creating an environment that made it impossible for marijuana physicians to operate “fairly.” And as a “favor,” he offered to refund us all half of what we paid. I bought this excuse and then learned the same doctor reopened his practice on the other side of town just months later while pretending nothing had happened. After finally getting a good cannabis physician, I was then contending with state wide cannabis delivery services and they would arrive at my house hours early or late. Now they’re much better, but it took me a while to trust cannabis delivery services again. At least I can set aside time away from work and trust they’ll arrive within the delivery window like expected.