Medical Marijuana Regulations | Weny-tv News

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Under the Compassionate Care Act, the drug will not be sold in plant form or be able to be smoked, but administered through an oil base, or vaporizer, and it will only be authorized to those with a severe debilitating or life-threatening condition, like Parkinson’s Disease, PTSD, MS, and cancer, just to name a few. Under... more →
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Medical Marijuana Regulations | Weny-tv News

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Under the Compassionate Care Act, the drug will not be sold in plant form or be able to be smoked, but administered through an oil base, or vaporizer, and it will only be authorized to those with a severe debilitating or life-threatening condition, like Parkinson’s Disease, PTSD, MS, and cancer, just to name a few. Under... more →
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Medical Marijuana Regulations | Weny-tv News

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Under the Compassionate Care Act, the drug will not be sold in plant form or be able to be smoked, but administered through an oil base, or vaporizer, and it will only be authorized to those with a severe debilitating or life-threatening condition, like Parkinson’s Disease, PTSD, MS, and cancer, just to name a few. Under... more →
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Medical Marijuana Regulations Including One Under Compassionate Care Act

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Under the Compassionate Care Act, the drug will not be sold in plant form or be able to be smoked, but administered through an oil base, or vaporizer, and it will only be authorized to those with a severe debilitating or life-threatening condition, like Parkinson’s Disease, PTSD, MS, and cancer, just to name a few. Under the... more →
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Applications For Medical Pot Store Gaining Popularity In Santa Ana

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Now the race is on to file applications to open up shop. Embed Medical marijuana dispensaries will soon be operating in the city of Santa Ana after voters approved Measure BB. Now applications are being accepted, creating a blueprint of sorts for marijuana dispensaries in the city. Former Studio City pot shop owner Mike Kalajyan... more →
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Percentage Of Teens Abusing Alcohol, Tobacco & Pot Decreases

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Teens are losing some of their rebellious reputation with this news from the federal government. The latest Monitoring the Future survey, released on Tuesday by the National Institute on Drug Abuse, finds children are smoking fewer cigarettes, drinking less alcohol and abusing fewer prescription and synthetic drugs. To read more,... more →
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D.C.’s Cannabis Climate Remains Uncertain

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… and Pennsylvania keeps on fighting for medical marijuana legalization…. Pennsylvania’s SB 1182 to legalize medical cannabis still hasn’t been addressed by the House before their legislative session ends, but that doesn’t necessarily mean the bill is dead yet. Senator Mike Folmer (R-Lebanon), who sponsored... more →
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All Medical Pot Sites Should Distance From Schools & Churches, Says NY Governor

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The state plans to select up to five marijuana manufacturers, each of which would be permitted to operate up to four dispensaries, at locations approved by the state. The dispensaries will be prevented from locating near schools or religious institutions—a standard based on liquor-store regulations, officials said. New York is... more →
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Medical Marijuana Research Projects Funded By Colorado State

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And there’s only one legal source of the weed, the Marijuana Research Project at the University of Mississippi. Twenty-three states and Washington, D.C., allow marijuana use by people with various medical conditions. But under federal law, marijuana is considered a drug with no medical use and doctors cannot prescribe it.... more →
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