Lawmakers a no-show to medical marijuana tour


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SIDNEY, Mich.– State lawmakers are considering changes to Michigan’s Medical Marijuana Act. The measures would not legalize marijuana, but would help caregivers take care of their patients. One man from West Michigan invited all 38 senators to his house to educate them on the positives that come with medical marijuana, and what it takes to make the grow operation work.

Dave Overholt held up a jar today filled with a green oil. He says thats the answer to all chronic pain patients problems. Overholt is the owner of Dave’ Alfalfa Farm Services.

“Until law enforcement and judges look at the oils and the marijuana correctly under the state guidelines, and look at this as serious medicine, we are going to be fighting this battle for a long time,” he said.

The battle he is talking about is to get law makers to look at marijuana without the…

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