Montana Department of Public Health and Human Services Biography
Pro to the question "Should Marijuana Be a Medical Option?"
"In November 2004, Montana voters by a significant margin (62 percent) passed Initiative 148, allowing certain patients with specific medical conditions to alleviate their symptoms through the limited use of marijuana under medical supervision.
The new law, effective immediately upon passage, also allows qualified patients and their caregivers to grow and/or possess a restricted number of marijuana plants.
To use or grow marijuana under the Montana law, patients and caregivers must first register with the Quality Assurance Division of the Department of Public Health and Human Services."
"Montana Medical Marijuana Program," www.dphhs.mt.gov, Oct. 3, 2008