Arizona Republic: “If voters approve the medical-marijuana ballot proposition Nov. 2, health officials say the cash-strapped state will have to spend up to $1 million and work under a tight deadline to implement the law. The Arizona Department of Health Services, which opposes the proposition but would be charged with regulating medical marijuana, says Proposition 203 would create huge obstacles for the department.”
“The department’s general-fund budget has decreased nearly 50 percent since fiscal 2008 and the number of staff numbers has dropped from 2,500 to 1,800,”
“With three weeks left until the election, a growing network of people is already preparing for a potential medical-marijuana industry. These entrepreneurs want to be the first in line to provide services to qualifying patients if the measure passes.”
To learn about forming and operating Arizona entities that could be used as a medical marijuana dispensary, see the Arizona LLC Law Library and the Arizona Corporation Law Library.
To hire Richard Keyt, an Arizona medical marijuana attorney (aka Arizona medical marijuana lawyer) to form an Arizona nonprofit corporation to apply for a permit to operate an Arizona medical marijuana dispensary, read my articles called “How to Form an Arizona Nonprofit Corporation” and “Arizona Nonprofit Corporation Formation Service” or just complete my online Nonprofit Corporation Incorporation Questionnaire.