I took probably half a step into the room and saw shell casings lying on the floor, Marshall said. I took another step or two into the room and noticed the odor of what I know to be a decomposing body. Marshall said officers searched the rest of the house and found a .223 Ruger Ranch rifle in the closet of the first floor bedroom.... more →
Applicants can begin seeking business licenses Aug. 20. The city will vet the business license applicants closely because the Oregon Health Authority has specific regulations on facility locations, including the vicinity to schools and to each other. The city council made the decision Monday.
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Her family tried everything to alleviate her suffering–six pharmaceutical drugs, a special diet and even steroids–to no avail. “Her seizures went uncontrolled for so long, and they’re still uncontrolled, but it has left her severely disabled,” said Arevalo. Rocio still has potentially fatal seizures... more →
“I would hate to continue to create this murky area where we don’t really have a solution for the people of Michigan,” said Senate Minority Leader Gretchen Whitmer (D-East Lansing). The bills face significant opposition from people concerned with regulations.
“There is no regard to the protection of neighborhoods... more →
Lawmakers approved the measure sponsored by Democratic state Sen. Iris Martinez and Rep. Lou Lang this spring. The bill would add epilepsy to the list of treatable diseases in Illinois’ medical cannabis pilot program.
It also would allow children with epilepsy to consume oil from the marijuana plant with a parent’s consent.... more →
Two public meetings have been set to discussing planning for Minnesota’s new medical marijuana program. The first is on July 31 and will be used to familiarize a 16-member Task Force on Medical Cannabis Therapeutic Research with its duties.
The other one is an early-August session by the Office of Medical Cannabis to brief... more →
Updated: July 15, 2014 10:13PM
Illinois is one step closer to getting medical marijuana grown, sold and smoked. On Tuesday, lawmakers who make up the obscure but powerful Joint Committee on Administrative Rules had no objections to the rules that will be used to implement the Illinois Medical Cannabis Pilot Program.
That means the... more →
The first is on July 31 and will be used to familiarize a 16-member Task Force on Medical Cannabis Therapeutic Research with its duties. The other is an early-August session by the Office of Medical Cannabis to brief potential manufacturers and others about the timetable and program guidelines. The Minnesota Department of Health... more →
Prescriptions for medical cannabis are supposed to be limited to certain conditions only, but Calvina Fay, executive director of the Drug Free America Foundation, claims the wording of the amendment is too overly broad: Lets not kid ourselves. This (amendment) will be a de facto legalization A big marijuana industry will be legalized... more →
Today is the last day to gather signatures for the San Jose Medical Marijuana referendum. If the Referendum does not qualify, San Jose’s ban on concentrates, branded edibles and outdoor growing begins tomorrow, July 18th. The Silicon Valley Cannabis Coalition is asking all San Jose residents who support reasonable regulations... more →