Arizona medical marijuana dispensaries “unduly burdened” by the state


Another favorable court ruling for the Arizona Medical Marijuana Act means that would-be dispensaries have much more time to set up operations. Maricopa Superior Court Judge Randall Warner’s July 29 ruling, released today, stops the state from denying dispensary approvals because of failure to meet a set deadline.
In a hempseed shell, the court order means that several planned dispensary companies won’t be shut out of the game, and that the state’s qualified patients will have no shortage of places to buy their medicine. Phoenix New Times has the full story.