Massachusetts Legal Medical Marijuana Patients Cannot Be Busted for Public Use of their Medicine

*Disclaimer: * I’m not a lawyer, nor do I play one on TV or elsewhere. Always double check with legal council. 

Courtesy from The Young Jurks, and according to General Laws -> Part I -> Title XV -> Chapter 94G -> Section 13 (Section C) – Legal Massachusetts Medical Marijuana patients CANNOT be busted for public use of their medicine.

The Clause Reads as Follows: “(c) Restrictions on public consumption of marijuana. No person shall consume marijuana in a public place or smoke marijuana where smoking tobacco is prohibited. A person who violates this subsection shall be punished by a civil penalty of not more than $100. This subsection shall not apply to a person who consumes marijuana or marijuana products in a designated area of a marijuana establishment located in a city or town that has voted to allow consumption on the premises where sold and shall not be construed to limit the medical use of marijuana.”


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