TURMEL: Need more plaintiffs against "Year Max" prescription
JCT: In the upcoming motion to strike our claims, the Crown
has opposes the Jeff Harris' claim against the 150 gram cap
and Mike Spottiswood's claim against the yearly visits to
the doctor for people with permanent illnesses.
http://johnturmel.com/150cm.pdf has Written Representations
being parsed here. I'm only including the paragraphs I'm
commenting on. You can read the others online if you wish.
The Crown argues that since Mike is under the MMAR and
hasn't had to see his doctor since 2014, he can't complain
about the new Cannabis Regulations still limiting
prescriptions to one year.
There are many out there who are affected by the Cannabis
Regulations including Jeff Harris. So yesterday, Jeff filed
the Statement of Claim for a declaration that the 1-year
limit violates the rights of permanently-ill patients by
making them waste time and resources for nothing.
So, though they might be able to strike Mike's claim because
he doesn't have to visit his doctor yearly, yet, they can't
say that about Jeff.
Now, the Feb 1 Response to the Crown's motion is going to
mention how Jeff represents those who have permanent illness
and don't want yearly visits at high costs too.
But what we really need is more than just Jeff. So why don't
you who have permanent illnesses join him by filing the $2
Statement of Claim. If a dozen more plaintiffs file, the
Crown will have that much tougher a time to strike the
http://johnturmel.com/insyear.pdf has the claims and
instructions for the simple online efiling at the Court
site. Takes 10 minutes to prepare the Claim and 10 minutes
to get it filed.
Or prepare an excuse for why you let Jeff stand up for your
rights but you did not.