On June 4, Nevada joined the US states of Alaska, Arizona, California, Hawaii, Maine, Oregon and Washington, with a new law to allow seriously ill Nevadans to grow up to seven plants for personal medical use. The law also allows for the creation of a state registry for patients whose doctors recommend they use medical pot.
Nevadans voted overwhelmingly in 1998 and 2000 to allow the medical use of marijuana.
? Nevada Ballot Question #9 – Medical Marijuana www.levellers.org/nvstat.htm
? The Nevada Cannabis Page: cannabis.com/states/nevada
? For more med-pot news and studies, visit the International Association for Cannabis as Medicine: email [email protected]; website www.cannabis-med.org