Sunday, September 30, 2018

Patient Advocacy Network Medical Cannabis News Digest – September 30, 2018

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Medical Cannabis News Around California

California bill allowing medical marijuana on school grounds reaches Gov. Brown’s desk

Weed Farmers Are Suing a California County After It Kicked Them Out

Santa Clarita Marijuana Delivery Services In ‘Legal Limbo’ As California Regulates Weed

As California Raids Illicit Pot Shops, Legal Industry Struggles With Safety Testing

Big safety testing failure rate for California pot products

Legal medical marijuana stores could start opening up in Fresno

City Council Could Approve First Medical Cannabis Dispensary

Judge rules Santa Rosa girl taking medical cannabis for seizures can attend public school

After 45 months of planning second cannabis dispensary opens in Santa Barbara

Medical Cannabis News Around The U.S.

Ninth Circuit Cannabis Ruling Gives Biz Owner New Chance to Fight Charges

Legalising medical marijuana shows no effect on crime rates in US states

Why The Adult Cannabis Market Could Kill Its Medical Counterpart

Data Shows the Global Medical Cannabis Usage Continues to Grow

US scholars back medical cannabis

Increasing use of Cannabis for Pain Treatment is set to Grow the U.S. Medical Cannabis Market

Measure to let VA doctors recommend marijuana was again left out of budget bill

Medical marijuana users are being shut out of public housing

Marijuana use among pregnant women is rising, and so are concerns
Solid data on the dangers of the drug to pregnant women and babies are hard to come by

The First Medicinal Cannabis Kitchen of Its Kind in the Country Will Debut in Arizona on Friday, Oct. 5

Connecticut - Federal Court Rules In Favor Of Worker Rejected For Medical Marijuana Use

Underground network brings medical marijuana to Georgia residents, and it's legal

Louisiana lifts limit on patients who can access medical marijuana

Maryland’s medical cannabis program bans food, but plenty of ingestible products are sold

98 Michigan medical marijuana dispensaries will have to shut down

Michigan - 98 medical marijuana dispensaries won't have to close due to judge's ruling

Michigan plans online registration for medical marijuana

Minnesota - To make medical cannabis more affordable, allow patients access to marijuana flower

North Dakota - Medical marijuana law shields manufacturing and dispensary applicants' information

Fargo, Bismarck locations among first ND medical marijuana dispensaries selected

Why Ohio's medical marijuana program is getting a late start and what's next

Ohio - 'Cannabis regulated like plutonium': Security measures causing delays in marijuana launch date

Ohio - Medical marijuana roll-out "sloppy," state auditor says

Oklahoma - More doctors added to medical marijuana registry, over 1,500 patients approved

Patients react to new limits on Oregon medical marijuana

A year after Hurricane Maria, Puerto Rico’s medical marijuana program back on track

South Carolina - Compassionate Care Alliance launches tour in support of medical cannabis

Utah - State lawmaker files bill to address medical marijuana proposition

Drug Safe Utah defends radio ad opposing medical marijuana ballot initiative

Utah’s medical marijuana campaign kicks off with a ‘tailwind of support

Forum panelists support medical marijuana, but some not in favor of Utah’s Prop 2

West Virginia Medical Marijuana Remains in Limbo

International Medical Cannabis News

Windsor doctor worries for medical cannabis once recreational use legalized
Canadian Medical Association wants medical use 'phased out' but local doctor says that's not the way

Canada’s Medical Cannabis Program Safe (For Now)

Malaysia in Talks to Become First in Asia to Allow Medical Pot


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