http://www.irishexaminer.com/ireland/ca ... 52033.html
Carrying cannabis medicine to be legal
By Jennifer Hough
Wednesday, April 20, 2011
DEPARTMENT of Health officials have been instructed by the Department of Justice to enact an EU agreement which allows people to carry legally prescribed narcotic or psychotropic drugs for medical use.
The move comes after Galway man Noel McCullagh, who uses a cannabis- based drug for multiple sclerosis, sought a guarantee that he wouldn’t be arrested for bringing it into the country.
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This could mean medicinal weed could be de facto legal in all EU countries, once it's been legalised in one EU country. It would mean that although it may not be legal or possible to have it prescribed in one country, you could travel to somewhere it was, pick up a prescription legally, get yo' weed and bring it back to your home country. Because the EU guarantees the freedom to travel with medicines it would mean once you're legally allowed have it in the place prescribed, you could have it anywhere else.
brb being diagnosed with back-pain.