Abbotsford lawyer John Conroy is undertaking a legal battle against new changes to the federal government's medical marijuana program.
Say drug out of reach of patients with disabilities
Legal “home grown” will soon be a thing of the past for Canada’s 30,000 medical marijuana users.
After two years of back and forth, the federal government has finalized its new rules for medical marijuana and has granted a last-minute reprieve to pharmacists who opposed the rules in their draft form.
The General Assembly has passed a law that allows caregivers of patients who use medical marijuana to possess up to an ounce of pot without being convicted of a crime.
The offices of two Manitoba Members of Parliament were targeted by protestors on Thursday, Feb. 21. They are upset about proposed changes to the way Canadians access medical marijuana. They say it could make it more expensive to obtain the drug legally and could force them to turn to the black market for their medicine.
Businesses can’t sell pot, the Michigan Supreme Court said in a pivotal ruling that should close all medical marijuana dispensaries in the state.
State health officials have proposed a new set of rules governing Maine's medical marijuana program that aren't going over well among medical marijuana caregivers.
In Maine, state regulators are trying to come up with new ways to manage medical marijuana.