May I use marijuana while on parole/probation if I have a medical card?
Yes, with the foregoing provisions of the law, you can use medical marijuana while on probation or parole if you have a medical marijuana card.
Section 4, Chapter 369 of the Act for the Humanitarian Use of Marijuana (Protection from the State Prosecution and Penalties for Qualifying Patients and Personal Caregivers) states, “Any person meeting the requirements under this law shall not be penalized under Massachusetts law in any manner, or denied any right or privilege, for such actions.”
All FAQ’s from General
- Are there different kinds of medical marijuana?
- Can I drive while using medical marijuana?
- How much does it cost to obtain a medical marijuana card?
- How much does medical marijuana cost?
- How much medication can I have with my card?
- Is there marijuana which won’t get me high?
- Is this state’s medical marijuana card recognized by other states?
- What forms does marijuana come in?
- What is a caregiver?
- What is the impact of possessing medical marijuana card on employment?
- Where can I use my medication? Can I use it in public?
- Where do I get my medical marijuana? From dispensaries, other patients, or growers?
- Who may use medical marijuana?