medical marijuana


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medical marijuana

n.
Marijuana or a preparation of marijuana or its extracts used to treat a disease or relieve its symptoms.
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Thanks to the newly expanded services, it is now easier than ever for people to get their medical marijuana card online, all from the comfort of home.
Do medical marijuana laws prevent an employer from making and enforcing zero-tolerance policies against marijuana use (including for medicinal purposes)?
But a comprehensive study has shown that there is no strong correlation between medical marijuana use and an increased rate of teen pot smoking.
Adults 60 and over are trying medical marijuana for their ailments—and have never tried cannabis before or haven't in decades.
And they likely will work as well on tightening control over the largely unregulated medical marijuana industry.
Medical marijuana was legalized during last legislative session in Minnesota.
While medical marijuana has been legal in Alaska since 1998, it is still up to companies to decide if they will allow their employees to use the substance.
Since its usefulness in treating conditions such as insomnia, chemotherapy-induced nausea and multiple sclerosis, medical marijuana has become an important, and sometimes contentious, legislative issue at the local, state and federal level.
The bill stipulates the use of medical marijuana will be under strict supervision of healthcare providers.
In Denver, where the use of medical marijuana has been legal since 2000, there has been violence surrounding medical caregivers and in some dispensaries, said Denver District Attorney Mitchell R.
According to CBS News, Gupta said that earlier he was dismissive of the proofs of genuine patients whose symptoms improved with help from the medical marijuana.
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