North Carolina

The Charlotte Observer Jul 3 2014
Gov. Pat McCrory says a new law he signed allowing some physicians to treat epilepsy in North Carolina using an extract from a marijuana plant could also lead to the discovery of other therapies.
Phillip Smith, Stop the Drug War Sep 4 2013
North Carolina's Republican Gov. Pat McCrory last month vetoed a welfare drug testing bill championed by his own party in the legislature
Phillip Smith, Stop the Drug War Aug 19 2013
North Carolina Gov. Robert McCrory (R) Thursday vetoed a welfare drug testing bill pushed through the legislature by his Republican colleagues.
Phillip Smith, Stop the Drug War Jul 31 2013
A bill that would require public benefits recipients to take a drug test upon suspicion they are using drugs passed won final approval in the North Carolina legislature late last week and now heads for the governor's desk.
Phillip Smith, Drug War Chronicle Apr 15 2013
Receiving unemployment and welfare without handing your urine over for analysis is becoming a thing of the past.
Phillip Smith, Stop the Drug War Feb 22 2013
The North Carolina Medical Cannabis Act (House Bill 84) would have allowed patients suffering from debilitating diseases or cond
Michael Mcguire, The Examiner Feb 11 2013
Three state legislators in North Carolina hope to legalize marijuana use for medicinal purposes under a bill introduced Feb. 7.
Ana McKenzie, Creative Loafing Charlotte Jan 15 2013
A recent Public Policy Polling study reveals that 58 percent of Tar Heels under age 65 support legalizing medical marijuana.

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Phillip Smith, Stop the Drug War
Feb 22 2013
The North Carolina Medical Cannabis Act (House Bill 84) would have allowed patients suffering from debilitating diseases or...
Ana McKenzie, Creative Loafing Charlotte
Jan 15 2013
A recent Public Policy Polling study reveals that 58 percent of Tar Heels under age 65 support legalizing medical marijuana.
Phillip Smith, Drug War Chronicle
Apr 15 2013
Receiving unemployment and welfare without handing your urine over for analysis is becoming a thing of the past.
Michael Mcguire, The Examiner
Feb 11 2013
Three state legislators in North Carolina hope to legalize marijuana use for medicinal purposes under a bill introduced Feb. 7.

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