|Chapter 28.1||ARIZONA MEDICAL MARIJUANA ACT|
|36-2801.01||Addition of debilitating medical conditions|
|36-2802||Arizona Medical Marijuana Act; limitations|
|36-2804||Registration and certification of nonprofit medical marijuana dispensaries|
|36-2804.01||Registration of nonprofit medical marijuana dispensary agents; notices; civil penalty; classification|
|36-2804.02||Registration of qualifying patients and designated caregivers|
|36-2804.03||Issuance of registry identification cards|
|36-2804.04||Registry identification cards|
|36-2804.05||Denial of registry identification card|
|36-2804.06||Expiration and renewal of registry identification cards and registration certificates; replacement|
|36-2806||Registered nonprofit medical marijuana dispensaries; requirements|
|36-2806.02||Dispensing marijuana for medical use|
|36-2808||Notifications to department; civil penalty|
|36-2811||Presumption of medical use of marijuana; protections; civil penalty|
|36-2814||Acts not required; acts not prohibited|
|36-2816||Violations; civil penalty; classification|
|36-2817||Medical marijuana fund; private donations|
|36-2818||Enforcement of this act; mandamus|
Will our government rulers give us a bunch of mumbo jumbo double talk for the reasons of why we have to file a claim before suing a government agency the real reason is that the requirement frequently prevents people from suing the government.
In this article the lawyers for Sheriff Joe, who is suing Maricopa County say that if Sheriff Joe had to file a claim it would interfere with his right to sue the county.
What Sheriff Joe's lawyers didn't say is that this requirement that normal citizens file this claim does interfere with their right to sue any government agency that is part of the state of Arizona.