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Chief Stoker said:I guess the obvious is that medileaf has a vested interest in MM, i'm not saying that's the reason but it may be part of it. I would like to think the government will be impartial in any research it commissions. I have a question for you do you think the access or amount of MM will change when it becomes legal and becomes as regulated as alcohol?
I totally agree with you on the MedReleaf study - while I feel it's a good representation, it's transparency is limited only to MedReleaf's data. It obviously doesn't show impartiality... they fill my prescriptions! Yes, comparison studies by VAC, Health Canada and any other invested party. Freedom of choice, right?
As far as changes are concerned with the legalization of recreational marijuana and it's effect on us? I agree with Reece mostly, but I think you'll see more insurance carriers add MMJ to their coverage. You'll probably see dispensaries pop up everywhere like McDonalds too. I would like to think that "limits" will be done away with and each prescription, wether it be for viagra, MMJ or aspirin are treated by VAC case by case.