[OPINION] Why keep south Scottsdale residents from getting legal medicine?

Paula Sturgeon

(Editor’s note: Opinion pieces are published for discussion purposes only.)

Disclosure: Rose Law Group represents Sunday Goods

By Paula Sturgeon | Scottsdale Independent

Medical marijuana is out of reach for many of us in southern Scottsdale.

That’s because there is no dispensary that serves the southern city. It is very inconvenient for older residents and those of us with mobility issues to drive to Tempe or north Scottsdale. Access is therefore not readily accomplished.

For those of us who live in south Scottsdale, news of the Sunday Goods dispensary opening up was indeed great news for those dealing with the side effects of chemo therapy, for chronic pain sufferers who want to avoid addictive pain killers, or for the countless residents who would benefit from a local dispensary.

For the disabled community, where mobility issues often hamper access, a local dispensary is truly important.

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