Tag: MMJ

Cannabis Flower Allowed As Medical Marijuana in Pennsylvania Expands

HARRISBURG, Pa. — Patients in Pennsylvania’s medical marijuana program should be able to obtain the drug in dry leaf or flower form for vaporization by sometime this summer, the Wolf administration announced Monday. Health Secretary Dr. Rachel Levine said she was accepting that and other recommendations made recently by an advisory panel, including the addition […]

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Kansas Legalizes CBD

Cannabis reform is coming to Kansas, but there won’t be any dispensaries or grow houses opening up in Topeka or Wichita. Instead of a restrictive medical marijuana program or all-out legalization, Kansas has legalized non-psychoactive, hemp-derived CBD products for adult-use across the Sunflower State. According to local public radio station KMUW, Kansas governor Jeff Colyer signed a […]

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Colorado Girl Suing AG To Legalize MMJ Nationally

A 12-year-old is coming up against AG Sessions and the federal government, demanding her right to access MMJ, and it looks on first glance like she has a good case. Alexis Bortell, the 12-year-old at the center of the case, has suffered epilepsy from a young age. Alexis grew up in Texas, where doctors had run […]

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Study Says Marijuana Decreases Opioid Use

Marijuana Decreases Opioid Use, Study Says suggesting cannabis could be a key in fighting the opioid epidemic that’s killing people. Decreasing by Thousands across the country, another has found that MMJ enrollees decrease opioid usage. The study, which came out of University of Mexico, followed 37 habitual, opioid-using, chronic pain suffering patients who chose to […]

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The Patchwork Of States Regulations Good And Bad For Federal Marijuana Regulation

New research out of Temple University about the effect of federal Schedule I status of cannabis means for research and legislation. Primarily, the federal legality of cannabis has resulted in a “Patchwork” of state regulations, which aren’t consistent among the 29 States plus Washington, D.C., Puerto Rico, and Guam, which have all legalized medical marijuana. This […]

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