Temperature and humidity need to be carefully controlled, and mold and bacteria must be kept in check. She said she will voluntarily use organic farming methods as well. Security is a big issue. She declined to go into details on the security measures, but said they are carefully regulated and her head of security is a former state... more →
It’s these types of details that Rivero said needs to be on the packages of all marijuana edibles sold in medical dispensaries in Arizona so patients know exactly what they’re getting.
“It’s not a simple topic, its much more complicated than smoking”, Rivero said. “You can’t ‘un-eat’... more →
Georgia’s medical marijuana bill is one step closer to becoming a reality.
Gov. Nathan Deal signed an executive order Friday morning directing state agencies to begin preparing for the law. He plans to sign the bill after the session to ensure that no conflicts arise with other pieces of legislation. The bill cleared its final... more →
By rescheduling marijuana as a Schedule II substance instead of a Schedule I substance, doctors would have the freedom to prescribe doses of medical marijuana to patients in states which have legalized the drug. It would suggest that the federal government believes that marijuana has legitimate medical uses and allow for further... more →
The Legislature last spring passed a limited medical marijuana bill that would allow possession of a special extract by people with serious epilepsy. But that law doesn’t allow other uses, and it doesn’t provide a legal method to obtain the medicine.
The Senate Ways and Means Committee approved a bill that would allow... more →
Gov. Nathan Deal will sign a bill legalizing the use of medical marijuana in Georgia, after the House resoundingly passed the bill Wednesday. The bill’s sponsor, Rep. Allen Peake (R-Macon) dubbed the measure “the Haleigh’s Hope Act.” The bill will allow patients of eight serious illnesses to use cannabis... more →
The Senate Ways and Means Committee on Thursday approved a bill that would make medical marijuana available to people with a number of chronic diseases, including cancer, multiple sclerosis and epilepsy. Those approved by a doctor could then purchase marijuana products produced in Iowa at state-run dispensaries.
Last year, the Legislature... more →
“We have not only designed a system that engages consumers and is fun to use,” says James Winsor, CEO of AVT, Inc., “but we have also merchandised the units with interesting and useful products, specially selected for the fitness member.”
The machines are very popular in the existing locations, and sell a... more →
House Bill 78 marks the most progress any marijuana proposal has had in the N.C. General Assembly. Two years ago, a similar bill was directed to the House Rules Committee, where Republican leaders allowed four people to speak before cutting off discussion and killing the bill.
This is the bill that state House committee unanimously... more →
Andrew Dorman, 25, and Erika Heltz, 22, surrendered with their attorney, troopers said. Each was charged with a felony count of possession of marijuana.
During a search of the couples Clinton Street apartment last fall, marijuana was found throughout the dwelling, police said. After it was allowed to dry, it weighed in at more than... more →