Adopted by voter-initiative in 2004, Montana’s compassionate medical marijuana law honors the findings of modern science – which, in turn, affirm the knowledge of our ancestors: Cannabis (marijuana) is medicine, offering dramatic benefits in the treatment of numerous and varied – but common – medical conditions.
Montana holds the still-standing national record in voter support for medical marijuana (62%). As of mid-2007, over 700 Montanans from 38 counties were registered in the state’s medical marijuana program, with recommendations from 150 physicians.
But the law is far from perfect, and in numerous ways Montana patients continue to suffer unnecessarily, unfairly. Patients & Families United formed in late 2006 to serve the interests of these patients, and to provide a support system that might make their lives easier.
In 2007, as a result of participation in the Montana Pain Initiative,
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