Legislation aimed at medical use of drug for children suffering from seizures awaits governor’s signature after approval by both houses of state legislature
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In a candid interview with High Times magazine, marijuana-loving “The View” host Whoopi Goldberg, who suffers from glaucoma, says she only smokes these days for medical purposes.
The Oklahoma House has overwhelmingly approved legislation authorizing a statewide study into clinical trials on certain patients with severe forms of epilepsy using an oil derived from the marijuana plant.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s office will direct the state Department of Health to speed up the implementation of the state’s medical marijuana program for children who have epilepsy, an administration official on Wednesday morning confirmed.
Law will allow some residents to use low-potency pot for epilepsy and cancer treatment
Iowans would be allowed to possess and use a limited form of medical marijuana under a bill now headed to the House floor.
The latest bill to expand the medical marijuana program is only days old, but Gov. Chris Christie said he already knows he won't sign it.
A small faction of parents calling themselves marijuana "refugees" are heading to Colorado in order to obtain medical marijuana for their children who suffer from epilepsy.