According to a Michigan federal court judge on Friday, medical marijuana patients have no right to privacy.
Federal Judge Hugh Brenneman Jr. ruled that Michigan medical marijuana patients have no right to privacy when it comes to a federal investigation involving marijuana. In short, medical marijuana patients should not expect the information they give to the state to receive a registration card will be kept from federal investigators.
This ruling comes despite a provision in the state’s Medical Marijuana Act which promises patients their information will be kept private.
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