Disabled Veteran Medical Marijuana Patient Released From Prison
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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….Read More
Carly's Law, Alabama's Medical Marijuana-CBD Oil Study
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Medical Marijuana Debate Demands Decision by City Commission
The MMMA allows and provides protection for the medical use of marijuana for patients and their caregivers when used to treat “debilitating medical conditions.” The MMMA also states that registered patients and their caregivers “shall not be subject to arrest, prosecution, or penalty in any manner” for growing, possessing and using marijuana.
In addition, the lawsuit points out that states that allow for medical marijuana are “not required to enforce federal law or prosecute people for engaging in activities prohibited by federal law.”Read More
ACLU sues Livonia, Birmingham, Bloomfield Hills on Medical Marijuana
Saying the rights of Michigan’s medical-marijuana patients are in peril, the American Civil Liberties Union filed a lawsuit today against the cities of Livonia, Birmingham and Bloomfield Hills on behalf of a Birmingham couple who want to use marijuana in their home, take it to private clubs in Bloomfield Hills and grow it in the husband’s warehouse in Livonia.
The lawsuit does not ask for any money but it requests that the cities repeal each of their local ordinances, which ACLU staff attorney Dan Korobkin said “are egregious violations of the Michigan Medical Marijuana Act.” In July, the ACLU sent letters to Birmingham and Bloomfield Hills, objecting to their ordinances, but “they wouldn’t back down,” Korobkin said.Read More