medical marijuana

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A bill to expand the state’s medical marijuana program to cover sufferers of PTSD passed both houses of the legislature, but will Governor Cuomo sign it into law?

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Advocates for legalizing marijuana in New York State rallied at the State Capitol, as the legislative session draws to a close.

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The nation's first hospice plans to study how medical marijuana can help dying patients.

Connecticut lawmakers are moving closer toward allowing qualified patients under 18-years-old to use medical marijuana to treat their debilitating illnesses.

The General Assembly’s Public Health Committee overwhelmingly approved the proposed legislation on Monday. It now awaits further action in the House of Representatives.

Veterans Want Coverage For Medical Marijuana

Mar 15, 2016
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At the counter of a dispensary in South Windsor, Conn., veteran Eddie Adkins flipped through a laminated menu of medical marijuana strains, doses and prices. He asked dispensary technician Lauren Boyette about a Cannibis sativa strain that he needs to treat his PTSD.

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