Hi kids, let’s put on our thinking caps and test our skills of inquiry. Riddle me this Batman… What raises a ceiling yet can’t fill the room? The CTMMP.
Patients with an allotment of 2.5 oz were increased to 3oz and now again to 3.5oz. for the remainder of their certification. However a patient may NOT purchase more than 2.5oz at any one time. How is one allowed 3.5 but can only buy 2.5?
Plus, if a patient has an allotment of less than 2.5 then nothing changes. No increases to those patients? Wait what?
How is an industry supposed to power a rec market when they fully can’t supply a patient base? Legally a person can have 1.5 in their pocket along with another 6 locked away in a safe place. But this doesn’t allow for anyone to even come close to that… So, how does this work exactly? Bueller?
Even if you could, would you really want to? The last menu I looked over, the least expensive flower was $32 an 8th. That’s $640 for 2.5oz. So if one could actually buy their whole 3.5 oz allotment would cost $896. But do the costs matter since, they can’t supply the whole thing anyway? Will they ever supply something at a reasonable price that isn’t mulched up gerbil food? Will they ever be able to supply a whole allotment and still power a rec market? Will the people vote with their dollars? I hope the answer to that last one is YES.
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