ATF Tells Arizona Gun Dealers They Can't Sell To Medical Marijuana Patients

I mean why not, the ATF sold guns that they knew would be used to get Pot and other drugs to America… I mean lets be fair.

The only problem we see is that the Marijuana smoker will forget where he put his gun.

Arizona residents may have won the right to use medical marijuana, but winning one right may come at the expense of another. The federal agency responsible for firearms laws is giving them a choice — guns or dope, reported Thursday evening.

The Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms agency (ATF) is sending a letter to all of Arizona’s gun dealers warning them it is illegal to sell the weapons to people who admit smoking medical marijuana and have a medical marijuana card — something the state’s new card holders are unimpressed about.

“I’m a medical marijuana patient and I own a gun,” says Sunny Singh, who fears his right to carry a firearm will be affected.

“A lot of these people who really need medical marijuana as a medicine shouldn’t be targeted or have their rights taken away.”

Even though voters made medical marijuana legal in Arizona at the end of last year, the federal government says the drug is still illegal.

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