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Old 10-03-2012, 7:21 AM
tleeocinca tleeocinca is offline
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Just because the atf released the memo it does not mean it will stand up at trial. The original conflict was that some MMJ patients thought it would be a good idea to use their MMJ cards as their state ID instead of the drivers license. this put gun dealers in an unsafe position because the patients were still marking no on the drug section but showing their MMJ card as ID. Use your real ID and don't worry about the feds. the question asks if you are an unlawful user of any drug including marijuana. If you have an MMJ card you shouldn't feel that you are an unlawful user of marijuana, a medical doctor has recommended it to you as a treatment and the state even recognizes your medical use as valid. I think it would be hard for the government to argue their case if anyone was ever tried under this memo.