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Brooks bring medical marijuana into GOP Senate race

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MONTGOMERY — Charlotte Dalton turns 5 this week, and for the first summer in her life she’s playing outdoors. She’s been camping, and on her maiden fishing trip caught eight fish. Charlotte, of Madison, has Dravet syndrome, a rare genetic condition formerly known as epilepsy with polymorphic seizures. She used to have multiple types of seizures daily, including as many …

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Woodland hits pause on medical marijuana co-ops

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Anne Wolff has lived in her home in Woodland for about nine years, and starting in February, she noticed some unusual activity by her new neighbors. She saw equipment, such as wire, irrigation and lights, being unloaded into the house. Soon after, she started hearing a loud fan going all day. “I could hear it while I was in my …

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Woodland hits pause on medical marijuana co-ops

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WOODLAND, Wash. — Anne Wolff has lived in her home in Woodland for about nine years, and starting in February, she noticed some unusual activity by her new neighbors. She saw equipment, such as wire, irrigation and lights, being unloaded into the house. Soon after, she started hearing a loud fan going all day. “I could hear it while I …

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Woodland hits pause on medical marijuana co-ops

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Anne Wolff has lived in her home in Woodland for about nine years, and starting in February, she noticed some unusual activity by her new neighbors. She saw equipment, such as wire, irrigation and lights, being unloaded into the house. Soon after, she started hearing a loud fan going all day. “I could hear it while I was in my …

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Veterans’ Access to Medical Marijuana Hinges on Monday Vote

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(Photo courtesy of National Institute on Drug Abuse) A measure allowing veterans easier access to medical marijuana garnered bipartisan support in Congress last year and nearly became law. A vote on Monday could be the end of the line this year in another attempt to pass it. The House Rules Committee will soon decide whether to allow Rep. Earl Blumenauer, …

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Some Columbus suburbs approach medical marijuana with caution

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DUBLIN, Ohio — Medical marijuana will be sold in Ohio next year — but don’t count on picking up a prescription at your neighborhood dispensary. Ohio’s law allows cities, villages and townships to restrict the number of marijuana businesses that can operate within their limits or ban them altogether. And more than 50 municipalities already have passed temporary or permanent …

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Deputies search home of Chaparral woman with revoked medical marijuana permit

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CHAPARRAL, New Mexico – Otero County Sheriff’s Deputies allegedly found 12 marijuana plants after executing a search warrant at the home of a Chaparral woman with a revoked medical marijuana permit. The search warrant was executed at a home on the 100 block of Irma Road early Friday morning. “I got busted last year, everybody knows that," said Candace Wilson, …