Montana Judge denies request to delay medical marijuana restrictions
A Helena judge has declined an advocacy group's demand to postpone enforcement of constraints on Montana's medical weed industry.
District Judge Wayne Reynolds on Thursday refused the Montana Cannabis Industry Association's get to stay circumstances Supreme Courtroom order putting into action the constraints on Aug. 31.
The group on its website urges medical weed followers to now give attention to transferring a ballot effort that would rotate back the constraints.
After Aug. 31, medical pot providers will be barred from retailing the medication to more than three patients. Their state Supreme Court earlier this season upheld that provision of the 2011 state law passed following the Montana Cannabis Industry Association sued to block it.
The connection has said the rollbacks would induce the closure of dispensaries and leave patients with out a legal supply of the drug.