More Medical Marijuana Articles

  • DC activists to seek local aid from congressman

    WASHINGTON (AP) — District of Columbia activists plan to ask a congressman who wants to block the city from liberalizing its marijuana laws to handle a host of other local concerns. Republican Rep. Andy Harris of Maryland attached an amendment to a spending bill that would block the city from...

  • Illinois patients to docs: 'What about marijuana?'

    CHICAGO (AP) — Illinois doctors, nursing homes, hospitals and hospice organizations are ramping up for their role as gatekeepers in the state's new medical marijuana program. Medical professionals find themselves at the center of a quickly changing legal landscape with minimal scientific...

  • Quinn OKs cannabis use for kids with epilepsy

    CHICAGO (AP) — Minors with epilepsy would be allowed to use medical marijuana under a measure Illinois Gov. Pat Quinn signed Sunday. The measure adds seizures to the list of treatable conditions in the state's medical cannabis program and allows children with seizures from epilepsy to consume...

  • Illinois towns see jobs ahead in medical marijuana

    CHICAGO (AP) — The prospect of adding jobs — even as few as 30 — has led officials in many shrinking Illinois' communities to set aside any qualms about the state's legalization of medical marijuana and to get friendly with would-be growers. The aspiring growers and their agents have been...

  • NY becomes 23rd state to allow medical marijuana

    NEW YORK (AP) — New York has become the 23rd state to authorize marijuana as a medical treatment — though it will have one of the most restrictive programs in the country. Under legislation signed into law on Saturday by Gov. Andrew Cuomo, patients with one of 10 diseases will be able to...

  • State allows 11 pot dispensaries to move forward

    BOSTON (AP) — Eleven medical marijuana dispensaries were cleared by state public health officials on Friday to move forward, but nine others that had initially been given the green light were rejected after a further state review. A company led by former U.S. Rep. William Delahunt, Medical...

  • Medical marijuana initiative could liven up Florida governor race

    Insert your favorite marijuana-related pun here: The Florida governor's race is blazing right along, the candidates are burning up the trail, the contest is really getting in the weeds, etc.

  • In latest round of interviews, Hillary Clinton ducks 'hard choices'

    In a spate of wide-ranging interviews Tuesday, Hillary Clinton made few hard choices.

  • What Hillary Clinton thinks about marijuana

    Hillary Clinton spoke out for the first time Tuesday on the legalization of medical marijuana, acknowledging "benefits" for people in "extreme medical conditions" -- but stopping short of support for recreational use. Asked for her stance on the topic during a one-hour town hall hosted by CNN,...

  • Florida legalizes medical marijuana

    Florida Gov. Rick Scott signed a bill legalizing medical marijuana on Monday, after it easily passed the state legislature last month. The bill is colloquially referred to as "Charlotte's Web." "The approval of Charlotte's Web will ensure that children in Florida who suffer from seizures and...



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    Businessman and first-time candidate David Perdue pulled off what the Atlanta Journal-Constitution  calls a "political shocker" by winning the Republican primary runoff for the U.S. Senate in...

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