Traveling Medical Marijuana Clinics

I came across an article in the Billings Gazette, mentioning whether or not traveling medical marijuana clinics should be banned.  Physicians travel from city to city setting up meetings at hotels and evaluating patients for use of medical marijuana.  Doctors also meet with patients via digital video links.  Lawmakers have a concern that access to medical marijuana to becoming to easy.  Even though a doctor may talk to a patient via video, the patient must email or fax the doctor all medical records before a prescription can be completed.

How tight should regulations be on medical marijuana?  The state of Montana is currently trying to pass various laws restricting the ease of obtaining a medical marijuana card. One of those laws states that the physician must have a “fixed location” and cannot be a traveling or telecommuting clinic.

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