I believe appreciate this is a serious example of discrimination on part of these unscrupulous apartment managers.
There are a lot of people that split the rules of our apartment complex, and for instance we’re not supposed to have grills of any kind on our balconies or inside of our units. The mindset is that a grill, whether it’s charcoal or gas, can lead to a serious fire in a multi-story building. I took this for granted when I lived in a dorm room in college. I even had a charcoal grill that I used a couple times despite the rules from the college’s administration, but now that I live in an apartment complex, I realize that it just takes one terrible actor to burn down the entire site, however even if all of us managed to all get out alive, all of us would all lose our entire lives to one stupid plus avoidable mistakeâ€¦ So in that respect, I understand that’s why they don’t want people to be using grills on their balconies. However, if you are going to allow people to smoke cigarettes on their balconies, it makes absolutely no sense to forbid people from using medical cannabis. There are stupid rules in the bylaws for the apartment complex that make it illegal to smoke marijuana in your room or on your balcony even if you have a medical cannabis card registered with the state. I believe appreciate this is a serious example of discrimination on part of these unscrupulous apartment managers. I just use a vaporizer inside of our component plus supply the middle finger to the apartment managers in passing. I really don’t care what they have to say plus I hadbe willing to take them to court if they ever threaten to throw myself and others out over our medicine. I’m not a recreational cannabis user, I use marijuana for medical purposes. It’s pure discrimination to forbid myself and others from using it in our unit.