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13 May

“Jaxs’ policy” – School District in Colorado approves Medical Marijuana Use

A school district board in El Paso County Colorado approved “Jaxs’ policy” which allows therapeutic marijuana products at its schools. “Jaxs’ policy,” was approved as part of a scheduled monthly meeting and is the first of its kind in the state, according to the district. The District 49 Board of Education, in Peyton, unanimously, in

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10 May

‘Marijuana refugees’ are uprooting their lives and moving to Colorado, California and Oregon to legally use cannabis to treat their children’s health conditions

Families are moving to Colorado, California and Oregon to treat their children’s health conditions. According to the Guardian, people are even immigrating to the U.S. in order to treat disorders associated with seizures for their children when marijuana is outlawed in their home nation and are deemed “international marijuana refugees”. The paper noted in one

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06 May

Families say medical marijuana a ‘life-changer’ but problems remain

Even though the positive evidence that medical marijuana works for families, problems still remain with programs. SNYDER, N.Y. — Four months into New York State’s medical marijuana program, you’ll find praise tempered by concern. Promise is countered with worry. “There’s hope where there was none before,” said Linda Ryszka, whose children Taylor and Caden both

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05 May

Governor Robert Bentley Signs Alabama Leni’s Law, Decriminalizing Medical Marijuana Oil

Alabama continues to sign laws to allow legal use of medical marijuana. MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) – Alabama Governor Robert Bentley has signed legislation into law to legalize the possession of medicinal marijuana oil. Bentley on Wednesday signed the bill to allow people to bring cannabidiol into the state for medical purposes. Bentley says patients with

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