JULY 1, 2011 - MONTANA LAW REQUIRING STATE RESIDENCY TO BECOME A MED. MARIJUANA PATIENTS
Montana Senate Bill 423 takes effect on July 1, 2011.
“Now, new or renewing medical marijuana users must be Montana residents and they must provide proof of their chronic pain to qualify for a registration card with that medical condition. They also must carry their registration cards at all times.
The number of mature marijuana plants allowed per patient has been lowered from six to four, and they can’t be grown in view of the street or a public place.”
Associated Press (AP) “Medical Marijuana Changes Cause Confusion,” Billings Gazette, July 1, 2011