Viable medical marijuana program a mustSun SentinelLast November's push to bring medical marijuana to Florida came up short. Amendment 2 just missed the 60 percent threshold, but advocates believe they'll do better in 2016. They certainly don't have much faith in their elected officials. Even though …
Monroe News StarMarijuana fight returning to Legislature this sessionMonroe News StarState Rep. Dalton Honoré, D-Baton Rouge, is looking to Colorado as he prepares for the fight in the Legislature over upcoming marijuana legislation. “As we speak, I'm in Colorado now talking with legislators and policy advisers to see how the program …Louisiana lawmaker looking to Colorado for marijuana successThe Denver Post (blog)all 4 news articles »
The Daily News JournalMedical marijuana bill advances in HouseThe Daily News JournalWilliams said the legislation would not allow recreational use of marijuana. Those eligible to be prescribed to drug would have to get approval from the Tennessee Department of Health before getting a registration card that would allow them to receive …Medical marijuana bill gaining more supportwreg.comUS Senate bill shows a way forward for marijuana lawsBoston Globe (subscription)Marijuana decriminalization bill passes House committeeWSMV NashvilleOzarksFirst.com -Yahoo News -Washington Free Beaconall 23 news articles »
News & ObserverHawaii Senate panel considers medical marijuana dispensariesNews & ObserverJohn Radcliffe, president of Capital Consultants of Hawaii, talks to Hawaii lawmakers about the need for medical marijuana dispensaries Friday, March 20, 2015, in Honolulu. Radcliffe told the panel that he has been a stage four liver and colon cancer …and more »
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