Sen. Oley Larsen (R-Minot), who tells it like it is, has come up with a new name for the registration cards that will be used for medical marijuana in North Dakota.
“It’s not a registration card, it’s a go card. It’s a go smoke dope card. I can go smoke dope on the corner here,” he said on the Senate floor Wednesday.
“It is illegal to smoke dope in North Dakota as far as the feds consider it. And that’s what this is: this is smoking dope.”
The medical marijuana bill passed the Senate despite Larsen’s objection.