Statement of Policy
Protecting your private information is our Number One ( #1 ) priority.
This Statement of Privacy applies to the MMINAIL project and governs data collection and usage.
The MMINAIL project originally started out as a news and information company, and as such operates the above subject website.
The passing of the AMA of 2010, a state electorate legislative initiative, by the then registered voters of the State of Arizona ...
Along with the help of the Marijuana Policy Project ( MPP ) has enabled the Arizona Department of Health and Human Services ( AzDHS ) to issue annual patient-user identification cards with the optional Authority To Cultivate stamped on the front of the issued "green" card.
The MMINAIL project advocates for a return of the patients' right to cultivate using solar energy.
This implicit right was stripped from us at the advent of the opening of the network ( cartel ).
Since the inception of the expensive, gouging medical dispensaries in the State of Arizona starting in 2012 ...
The rights of our patient community have been abridged given the enforcement of the insidious "twenty-five (25) mile rule" that has been promulgated by the Arizona Department of Health and Human Services.
For those not in the know, the "twenty-five (25) mile rule" prevents a patient from growing his or her voter mandated allotment of twelve (12) medicinal plants if the patient resides within twenty-five (25) miles of a cartel medical facility.
The MMINAIL project and its parent company are vehemently opposed to this restriction placed upon the freedom of our patient community.
Collection of Personal Information
We do not collect personally identifiable information from our users.
In the interim, information about your computer hardware and software may be automatically collected by the MMINAIL project.
This information can include the following 'bytes' of information ...
- your IP address
- your browser type
- domain names
- access times, and
- referring website addresses
The collected information is then used for the operation of our service, to maintain the quality of our service, and to provide general statistics regarding visitors to the MMINAIL project website.
The MMINAIL project encourages you to review the privacy statements of other websites that you may choose to 'link to ' from our website.
Please understand how other websites collect, use and share your information.
The MMINAIL project is not responsible for the privacy statements of other websites, or for any other content located on websites not operated by the MMINAIL project.
Security of Personal Information
The MMINAIL project programmatically secures your personal information from unauthorized access, use or disclosure.
Children: Not Yet (13) Years of Age
The MMINAIL project does not knowingly collect personally identifiable information from children under the age of thirteen (13).
If you are under the age of thirteen (13), the managers of the MMINAIL project suggest you ask your parent or guardian for permission to use this website.
Please ask your parent or guardian for permission to use this website if you are under the age of thirteen (13).
Opt-Out and Unsubscribe
We respect your privacy and give you an opportunity to 'opt-out ' of receiving announcements of certain informational deliveries.
Users may 'opt-out ' of receiving any or all communications from the MMINAIL project by contacting us via email at email@example.com
Changes to this Statement
The MMINAIL project will occasionally update this Statement of Policy to reflect company and customer feedback.
Therefore, the MMINAIL project encourages you to periodically review this Statement of Policy in order to stay informed of how the MMINAIL project is protecting your information.
The MMINAIL project welcomes your questions or comments regarding this Statement of Policy.
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1776 N Scottsdale Rd
Scottsdale, Arizona (Az) 85252-3680
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To amend the content to usage by the MMINAIL project, changes have been provided by the ... Medical Marijuana Initiative of North America - International Limited, an Arizona Benefit corporation.
The Concept Library of the MMINAIL is a static informational website.
As such, a Supporting Content section is placed below each (.html) page in the flow of the default layout to grant the end-user additional pertinent information when navigating this site.
With today's explosion of modern devices ...
Some consumers like to read their articles on their Kindles or iPads.
Therefore, a method to convert any page of this website into an eBook ...
Is auto-built into the top of the Navigation
As well as in the
<footer> of every page.
Simply click the following eBook icon = eBook icon to render the current page as an Overdrive (.epub) or a FB Reader (.mobi) .
Note. The Apple iBooks platform also reads and displays the (.epub) format, as well.
The A's Have It!
In today's complicated world of coding, even the use of the standard hyperlink ...
Is placed into question by the standards of newer, more modern browsers such as Google's V8 powered Chrome browser.
Safe Internal Links
Therefore, to make life easy for the end-user ...
The MMINAIL will show safe, internal links in the bootstrap default color of light dodger blue.
Safe External Links
In addition, safe external links ...
When designated https secure ie.)
Will also be shown in the color of light dodger blue.
Standard External Links
All other external links ...
If designated with standard http ie.)
Will be shown in the color of indian red.
How To Navigate This Website
At this website ...
We have the
<html> hub for the Benefit Corp aka our Concepts Library.
In the Navigation
<aside> section of this website ... ...
The end-user will find a Stack of Topics.
Or, for you smartphone users ... the Navigation
<aside> section is up! ...
There, the smartphone user will find the same Stack of Topics for the Concepts Library at MMINAIL.
Stack O Topics
<aside> section to your right ... ... If you are viewing this page from the traditional landscape style of your laptop.
Or, the Navigation
<aside> section from above ... ... If you are viewing this page from the modern portrait style of your smartphone ...
Both house the same Stack of Topics available for selection at the Concepts Library of the MMINAIL.
To access one of the Articles or Lessons available for your preferred Topic of Interest ...
- Simply scroll through the tabs of Topics above, or to the side ...
- And, click on one that you may have an interest in.
Note. At each Topic of Interest, the end-user will find a hyperlink back to the Home page of the Concepts Library.
By clicking on the Home icon the end-user will be returned to the Home page of the Concepts Library.
When an end-user clicks on a Topic of Interest ...
Either above ...
Or, over at ...
The Stack of Topics in the Navigation
<aside> section ...
The menu explodes vertically to reveal several subtopical choices.
To select any other Topic of Interest, or any of the many subtitles ...
- Simply click on the corresponding glyphicon to open up the referenced file.
If you get stuck ...
- Simply click on the Home icon to be hyperlinked back to the Home page of the Concepts Library.
Got An Idea?
If you have an idea that will spruce this site up even better than it already is ...
Then, you know the drill ...
Simply go ahead and fork this repo, make your changes, and send us a pull request.
25 Mile Rule
"When residing 25 miles extant of a state legalized dispensary ..."
Spanning the entire connectome of the modern Medical Marijuana Initiative in a connective cartography of ideas and hyperlinks ...
The open source authors of this project hope to enlighten the world to the plight of the common medical patient.
Due to a labyrinth of government regulations and costs ...
Today's common medical patient is virtually devoid of healing phyto-cannabinoids and other beneficial terpenes globally for no other reason than his or her current residential address.
Doesn't that sound a bit strange to you?
Restricting access to medicine ...
Almost Un-constitutional, isn't it?
And, with patients in Arizona paying anywhere from $75 to $90 USD for an eighth (1/8th) of an ounce of medicine ...
Don't you think it is time that we allow ALL patients the right to grow, stash, and cure their own medicines?
The MMINAIL is dedicated to the preservation of the hard-earned rights of Medical patients.
Don't you think it is time that we allow ALL patients the right to grow, stash, and cure their own medicines?
We do at the MMINAIL.
The Authority To Cultivate ...
"The right of a patient to grow up to twelve (12) state-legal Medicinal plants for their continued health and growth shall not be abridged."
When the voters of Arizona by the slimmest of majorities chose to grant Medicinal access to qualified patients throughout the fifteen (15) counties of Arizona ...
No one expected the Arizona Health and Human Services Department to abscond with both the patients' then given Authority To Cultivate as well as overcharging for the costs to operate the Medicinal "green" card program.
But, they did ... on both accounts.
If you agree, then why don't you donate a little spare cash for the cause?
Or, a little of your coding time?
Or, simply contact your favorite Arizona State Senators and Congressional Representatives today!
If you are an expert in your field of specialty ...
Why not fork our Concept Library and create a new Topic of your choosing, or embellish upon an existing Topic.
Send us a Pull Request.
Our team of coders will review your contribution and get back to you with a "thumbs up" ( or, "thumbs down" ).
Can You Contribute Code?
As we can now decipher the time spent by our functions at the code block level ...
How much of your coding time are you willing to invest in this project?
As we rely heavily upon contributions from the coding community, your contribution of code will be greatly appreciated.
Thank you for your effort and participation in our program to code the globe!
Can You Contribute Cash?
If you have enjoyed and benefited from this article ...
Then, why not drop a little change in our digital bucket at the Square Up - Cash Me donation portal.
As we can now spend the equivalent of our grandparents' monthly mortgage payment at our local Sunday football games ...
How much of your spare cash are you willing to invest in this project?
As we rely heavily upon contributions from the coding community, your contribution of cash will be greatly appreciated.
Note. Your donation will help us fund our Starving Coders initiative through our Medcoin™ Crypto Currency Division.
Can You Contribute Ether?
As we have witnessed the exponential growth of Bitcoin (BTC) from 9 cents USD per coin ...
To over $18,000 USD per coin over the past nine (9) years.
Plus, the recent explosion of Ripple (XRP) from less than one-penny to over $2 USD.
How much of your spare Ether ( ETH ) are you willing to invest in this project?
As we rely heavily upon contributions from the coding community, your contribution of ether will be greatly appreciated, as well.
Simply scan the following QR Code to extract our Coinbase public hash address to send Gifts O Wei in support of our Medcoin™ Crypto Currency Project.
Disclaimer. The author of this website has made every effort to ensure accuracy ...
However, the information contained in this website, and in its pages, is offered to the public without any warranty expressed or implied.
Therefore, the author of this website, and by extension its pages and content cannot be held liable for any damages that may be caused indirectly or directly by the software instructions or tutorials contained in the pages of this website.
The pages of the Concept Library have been tested for mobile responsiveness.
The authors have determined the accuracies of the page renderings at both a portrait width of 360px and a landscape width of 640px.
Testing devices have included selections from the following list of devices ...
- Amazon Kindle Fire HDX 7, 3rd Generation tablet
- Virtual Galaxy S5 smartphone emulator
On the Kindle tablet, both portrait and landscape renderings appear accurate.
Amazon Fire Phones
And, on the Amazon Fire phone, using automatic screen rotation, both portrait and landscape renderings appear accurate.
The foreign language expression ¡Finito! can hold a translation from Spanish-To-English ...
Simply hover over the word in Spanish to reveal its English equivalent.
For example ...
Hovering over the Spanish phrase ¡Por ejemplo! reveals the English equivalent of "For Example".
For an acronym to be visually effective when reading a line of text ...
The acronym must first be declared.
In addition, the acronym must stand out from the body of information.
To accomplish both of these objectives, the MMINAIL has selected Ashley Gold.
Ashley gold is a primary color within the registered Logo Badge of the Benefit corporation.
Whenever the end user spies a designated Acronym of Ashley Gold ...
Simply hover over the Acronym to reveal the underlying meaning embedded in the
title element of the
<abbr> tag can also be used to house Definitions as well as Acronyms.
As we have seen in the above referenced Ashley Gold definition ...
Whenever the end-user spies a designated Acronym or Definition of Ashley Gold color ...
Simply hover over the Acronym or Definition to reveal the underlying meaning embedded in the
title element of the
The carriage return, or ... ➡️
The carriage return is used extensively throughout the working repos of the Concept Library to prevent the overflow of raw code.
By preventing the overflow of raw code when rendering a code block, the view of the end-user avoids the slider effect.
And, by eliminating the slider effect, responsive views using other devices ie.) Kindle Fire HDX will maintain screen boundaries without overflow.
Note. The Http Headers of this repo are being monitored by Internet Supervision dot com.
Reproduction In Part
Most authors will allow for the reproduction of their works in part ...
When the case of brief quotations embodied in critical articles or reviews is addressed.
As long as an appropriate citation is presented concurrent with the review, authors are generally receptive.
Therefore, please remember to provide a Link-back to the original author, or to the publisher of the original publication when citing.
Thank you for your consideration.