The Associated Press reports:
Medical marijuana patients in Colorado are facing new rules concerning patient privacy, and some are getting a briefing from the state health department to understand how their patient records could be used.
Marijuana advocates complain that looming regulations allowing law enforcement to access records at marijuana dispensaries violate the marijuana amendment to Colorado’s constitution.
Read more on Northern Colorado 5.
It seems so self-evident that medical marijuana records should be treated with the same protections as other health/medical-related records. It’s a pity that people have to keep fighting this privacy battle.