I don’t pay the same taxes as a MI medical marijuana patient does

It has been a long time coming for myself and others to find some form of relief from our mental health problems.

For years I was trying one mental health drug after the next, never knowing exactly when I would particularly improve.

Some of the mental health medications that dentists request can produce side effects that make one’s mental health even worse than before. Both of us struggled to find good dentists as well when the people I was with and I were living in the small neighborhood of Dexter. It’s northwest of Ann Arbor plus there aren’t nearly as several dentists in that small town. When our parents moved us all to the town after our dad’s company moved its headquarters, the people I was with and I had access to transfer dentists to choose from. I was cheerful to utilize whatever medications were commanded to me, but none of them really seemed to work until I reached 18 plus started experimenting with marijuana with our friends. They were getting it from mutual friends who had parents growing the plant plus selling it to local dispensaries at the time. Nowadays we’re all old enough to shop at recreational marijuana dispensaries in Ann Arbor plus the rest of the state. However, I choose to keep a MI medical marijuana card because it exempts myself and others from the state taxes that are charged on every single recreational cannabis sale. Right now that tax rate is 15%, so it literally pays to keep our medical marijuana card active until the state does away with the medical marijuana program in favor of full recreational use plus taxation. I’m not a fan of this move, but I understand why they’re doing it logistically.

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