Man Fights For Right To Smoke Medical Marijuana In Casino Smoking Area

ResponsibleOhio is proposing, like the casino backers, to use the proceeds from taxes on marijuana to fund local public services.

NEW JERSEY:  A New Jersey man is considering suing for the right to use medical marijuana in an Atlantic City casino.

Daniel Price’s lawyer, Michelle Douglass, says that Revel Casino Hotel failed to accommodate his disability when a security guard told him he could not take his marijuana into the casino last month.

The 23-year-old Atlantic City resident is a registered medical marijuana patient. He tells The Press of Atlantic City that he uses the drug to treat seizures and irritable bowel disease.

State guidelines encourage patients to smoke cannabis at home. But they are not barred by law from using it in private businesses.

Read full article @ MassLive.com

Comments

  1. Christian Garza says

    Tobacco is OK in a 21+ places like the casinos but cannabias is no beuno why? Cause people well get so stoned and lose all there money

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