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Montgomery Urges Parents Bidding For Use Of Marijuana Extract To Work With Legislators
Maricopa County Attorney Bill Montgomery is asking a judge to throw out a bid by the parents of a 5-year-old
Zander Welton has the needed doctor’s recommendation to be a medical marijuana patient and originally his parents were giving him the extract, saying it was easier for him to swallow and did not contain the chemicals that could make him high. But after
“I get the emotions here, and I understand perfectly the one case that's motivating the parents who want to take the action,”
Attorney Dan Pochoda of the American Civil Liberties Union questioned the practicality of getting lawmakers to alter the 2010 voter-approved law. That would require a three-quarters vote in each house of the Legislature, and the Governor’s signature. No date has been set for a hearing on the parent’s request.