Ok sought for medical marijuana use of extracts

Ok sought for medical marijuana use of extracts

Ok sought for medical marijuana use of extracts

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Posted on October 29, 2013 at 3:49 PM

Updated Sunday, Nov 3 at 1:32 PM

PHOENIX (AP) -- A lawsuit filed on behalf of a 5-year-old Mesa boy asks a court to rule that the state's medical marijuana law allows uses of marijuana extracts such as resins added to baked goods and creams.

The suit says Zander Welton experiences debilitating seizures but that his medical condition improved when he used marijuana extracts. However, his parents fear they'll be prosecuted.

The suit asks for a court to bar Maricopa County Attorney Bill Montgomery and state health officials from taking action against the parents, dispensary operators or others who provide marijuana extracts for medical use.

Montgomery spokesman Jerry Cobb declined to comment Tuesday on the lawsuit filed Monday in Superior Court.

A Phoenix police document attached to the suit said Montgomery's office considers extracts illegal under Arizona criminal law.

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