View Post

D.C. Council votes to allow medical marijuana users from elsewhere to buy in city

In Top Stories by MediReview StaffLeave a Comment

The D.C. Council has approved a measure that would allow medical marijuana users from other jurisdictions to use their out-of-state registration cards to purchase cannabis in the District. The bill, which received unanimous support from the council on its final vote Tuesday, aims to make it easier for patients visiting the District to get the medicine they need, medical marijuana …

View Post

Cops Raid Medical Marijuana Business, Seize Over $100,000, Including Teenage Girls’ College Savings

In Top Stories by MediReview StaffLeave a Comment

As the morning dawned on January 28, 2016, 30 DEA agents and San Diego police officers stormed Med-West Distribution, a legal medical marijuana business that specialized in refining cannabis oil for vaporizer pen cartridges. Kitted out in tactical vests and helmets, heavily armed officers smashed open the doors with sledgehammers. Once inside, officers pointed guns at the two employees on …

View Post

Which States Are Voting On Legalizing Weed In 2016? The Battle For Marijuana Continues

In Top Stories by MediReview StaffLeave a Comment

JOHNSTOWN, NY – AUGUST 19: Cannabis plants grow in the greenhouse at Vireo Health’s medical marijuana cultivation facility, August 19, 2016 in Johnstown, New York. New York state lawmakers voted to legalize marijuana for medical use in 2014 and the law took effect in January 2016. Currently, five organizations are allowed to grow and sell the drug for medical use …

View Post

All the States Voting on Legalizing Medical Marijuana in 2016

In Top Stories by MediReview StaffLeave a Comment

United States of Weed demystifies all the cannabis legislation for Election 2016. Learn about states voting on recreational marijuana here . Four states are set to vote on legalizing medical marijuana during this election. Medical marijuana can be as contentious an issue as recreational weed since it often pits morals against science. But the growing amount of research and medical …

View Post

Minnesota Medical Marijuana Manufacturer Optimistic Prices Could Drop Soon

In Top Stories by MediReview StaffLeave a Comment

It’s been three months since chronic pain became a qualifying condition for medical marijuana in Minnesota. While the program continues to struggle with low enrollment and high costs, some see reasons for optimism. One such reason is a recent uptick in patients. According to the most recent numbers from the state, more than 700 health care practitioners are now authorized …

View Post

A brother’s pain changes an LDS family’s view of medical marijuana

In Top Stories by MediReview StaffLeave a Comment

MURRAY — Twin brothers Nathan and Aaron Frodsham grew up in Dallas and later, Utah. One became a data scientist. The other, a doctor who works with cancer patients. Both want medical marijuana, or cannabis, legalized. "It was such a taboo topic," said Nathan Frodsham, who lives in Murray. It’s a decision neither brother takes lightly. "I was against a …

View Post

Florida voters decide if medical marijuana treatment should expand

In Top Stories by MediReview StaffLeave a Comment

The last time Floridians faced the subject of medical marijuana on the ballot, the measure just barely failed to garner enough support needed to become law. This time appears to be different. There’s still resistance, but the large wave of criticism from various groups like the Florida Sheriff’s Association is gone. Polls indicate the ballot measure again named Amendment 2 …