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Questions & Answers

Do I need to remain a medical patient after Prop64?

by HelloMD

3 years ago


Questions & Answers

Do I need to remain a medical patient after Prop64?

by HelloMD

3 years ago


If the benefit of being a patient is solely the break on the 7.25% State tax - yet it will cost a $100 State registration fee - then that means I would need to spend over $1500/yr on cannabis medication to break even. That, along with the privacy issues around registering with state, mean that I have no incentive of being a medical user - or am I missing something?


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Answer - zestom

The proposition caps recommendation fees at $100, so if you previously paid $50, it's probably still going to be $50.

There are other benefits- prop 64 caps the amount of cannabis you can have at 1 ounce and caps the number of plants you can grow at 6. Those rules don't apply for medical patients.


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