New York allows PTSD patients to use medical marijuana
New York military veterans and others diagnosed with post-traumatic stress will now be able to enter the states medical marijuana program.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo on Veterans Day signed legislation that adds PTSD to the list of qualifying health disorders for medical cannabis, according to an AP report.
Our veterans risked their lives in order to defend the ideals and principles that this nation was founded upon and it is our duty to do everything we can to support them when they return home, Cuomo said.
New York joins Arizona, Colorado, and Illinois as states that legally all....
The Joint Blog | November 6, 2017 California Insurance Commissioner Dave Jones has announced that for the first time legal marijuana businesses in the state now have an insurance company willing to offer them commercial insurance.
California Company Becomes First to Offer Commercial Insurance to Marijuana Businesses
According to Jones, legal marijuana businesses are now able to purchase commercial insurance from Golden Bear Insurance Company, the first company willing to offer such services to the marijuana industry. The insurer was given approval last week to began providing commercial insurance to marijuana businesses that are explicitly following state law.
Consumers who visit cannabis businesses, workers who work there, businesses who sell products to or rent property to cannabis businesses, and the investors, owners and operators of cannabis businesses all should have insurance co....
Trumps Commission Denies Evidence That Cannabis Can Mitigate Opioid Abuse
Despite the growing body of scientific evidence showing that cannabis access is associated with reductions in opioid use and mortality, the Chairman of the White Houses Commission on Combating Drug Addiction and the Opioid Crisis today called upon the President to reject any efforts to acknowledge marijuanas promising role in mitigating opioid abuse and dependency.
In a letter sent today to President Donald Trump by New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, Chairman of the Committee, he writes:
The Commission acknowledges that there is an active movement to promote the use of
The Joint Blog | November 1, 2017 The Appellate Division of the New Jersey Superior Court has ruled that the state must consider reclassifying marijuana due to the fact that marijuanas health benefits are abundantly and glaringly apparent now.
Court Rules New Jersey Must Consider Reclassifying Marijuana
The court ruled that Steve Lee, former director of the Division of Consumer Affairs, had the legal authority to reclassify marijuana away from Schedule 1 when he denied a request in 2014. The ruling says states that since New Jersey has now had a long-running medical marijuana program, the government must revisit the issue and again consider whether marijuana should be removed as a Schedule 1 drug, which indicates it has no medical value and is as dangerous as substances such as heroin.
According to Attorney Joseph Linares of Newark, who brought forth the case on behalf of ....
NORML | October 24, 2017 Protections for the medical marijuana markets that are now legal in 30 states are set to expire on December 8th.
#ACT: Medical Marijuana Could Be On The Line
After that, over 2 million registered patients continued access to their medication will rely on the prohibitionist whims of Attorney General Jeff Sessions, who has been lobbying aggressively for the ability to use the full force of the Justice Department to interfere with their operations.
But your member of Congress could make the difference. Were targeting key elected officials who we need to publicly support these continued protections and need your Representatives to speak up and encourage them to stand with patients.
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A bipartisan group of Senate heavy-hitters have filed a bill aimed at reducing the swollen federal prison population by moving away from harsh mandatory minimum drug sentences, among other reforms. But its not completely reformist.
The measure is a mixed bag, a product of lengthy discussions among senators seeking a compromise that could actually pass the Senate. While it has a number of progressive sentencing reform provisions, it also includes new mandatory minimum sentences for some crimes, including some drug offenses. Those provisions will provide political cover to c....
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