I finally got our medical marijuana card just in case I’m ever pulled over in our car

I don’t care for dealing with the police, especially when I’m behind the wheel of a car.

The first time it happened I was 16 as well as driving our mother’s car when a cop got behind myself and others as well as turned on his lights. I was perplexed because I wasn’t even speeding. He told myself and others that it was the expired tags on our mother’s license plate that needed to be upgraded after renewing the motorcar registration. I was slightly concerned with our mother that she had let things expire with her car’s registration, however since the cop let myself and others go with a simple warning, we didn’t have to pay with a ticket as well as nothing went on our driver’s license. The next time I was pulled over by cops it was to address why our left front headlight was out as well as no longer laboring. Again, I was let go with just a warning. However, I assume people in internet forums who have been pulled over with cannabis in their card as well as got a DUI in this state because of the laws. All of us have some of the strictest laws in the entire country regarding cannabis, so it’s not surprising that the cops here would follow those instruction despite its legality at the state level. I eventually got a medical marijuana card so I’d be in a better position if our car was stopped as well as searched by state or county police. I still haven’t been pulled over by state police as well as I worry they wouldn’t let myself and others go with a warning care about the others have. I just don’t care for paying $68 a year to keep our cannabis card active.

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