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If There’s One Issue Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump Agree On, It’s This

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89% of Americans feel the same way Presidential frontrunners Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump don’t agree on much, but when it comes to legalizing the use of medicinal marijuana, they’re both pro pot. Medicinal marijuana advocates hope that reality is enough to eventually get a federal bill passed legalizing the use of medical marijuana in all 50 states. Currently the …

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Maine declines to add ‘opiate abuse disorder’ to list of medical marijuana qualifying conditions

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(NECN/Danielle Waugh) — Maine state health officials said they need to see more science before adding "opiate abuse disorder" to the list of qualifying conditions for medical marijuana. "We have no proof to say that it would work," said State Health Officer Dr. Christopher Pezzullo, who collaborated with DHHS officials to decide against a petition to make opiate abuse a …

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State now approving medical marijuana cards same day

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LAS VEGAS (KSNV News3LV) — The state of Nevada is now making it easier for new medical marijuana patients to get the medicine they need. A new application office just opened up in Las Vegas where a patient can get approved for a medical marijuana card in just one day. "I just talked with somebody the other day who said …

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Medical Marijuana, Inc. Applauds Mexican Senate for Approval of Medical Use of Marijuana, Supports Mexican President’s Initiative for Marijuana Reform

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Jun 16, 2016 (Marketwired via COMTEX) — Mexico Political News Site Animal Politico Also Highlights Continued Demand for Medical Marijuana in Mexico SAN DIEGO, CA –(Marketwired – June 16, 2016) – Medical Marijuana, Inc. MJNA, -0.23% announced today that it applauds the Mexican Senate for its unanimous approval of legalizing medicinal marijuana in Mexico. The Senate’s vote supports Mexican President …

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Can Ohio attorneys use medical marijuana? Supreme Court panel will weigh in

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The Ohio Supreme Court’s Board of Professional Conduct will review questions about whether Ohio attorneys can use medical marijuana or represent marijuana patients and businesses without facing disciplinary action. COLUMBUS, Ohio — Ohio’s new medical marijuana law prohibits disciplining professionals for working with marijuana businesses or patients, but it’s not clear whether that applies to attorneys. Only the Ohio Supreme …

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Bills aims to remove medical marijuana barriers

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WASHINGTON, DC – A bill designed to help the medical research community by removing barrier inhibiting studies is being introduced by several congressmen including one from Virginia. This week, U.S. Rep. H. Morgan Griffith, R-Va., U.S. Rep. Andy Harris, M.D. R-Md., U.S. Rep. Earl Blumenauer, D-Org., and U.S. Rep. Sam Farr D-Calif. will be introducing the Medical Marijuana Research Act …

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Buy Insys Therapeutics Before Medical Marijuana Reaches A Tipping Point

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Medical marijuana is already approved in over half of the U.S. and 5 more states will be voting on it in 2016. Todd Hagopian says we will soon see a tipping point in which medical marijuana companies like Insys Therapeutics will be transformed from fringe enterprises trading at a discount into mainstream biotech companies with premium valuations. Todd started his …

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Dayton business will not allow employees to use medical marijuana

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Please install the latest Adobe Flash Player Plugin to watch this content. DAYTON, Ohio (WDTN) – A Dayton company will not allow its employees to use medical marijuana even though it will soon be legal in our state. BarryStaff, a business that recruits workers for manufacturing companies announced on Monday it won’t be changing its drug and alcohol policy and …