Marine Corps veteran Ed Erdos tried medical marijuana to ease his pain, and found that it also eased his mind.
After a slow first year, thousands of new patients flooded in last summer when the program expanded to serve people suffering from intractable pain.
The Minnesota police officer who shot and killed Philando Castile told state investigators that he believed his life was danger because he smelled marijuana in his car
Earlier this year, one of my friends asked: “Will medical cannabis get you stoned?”
Marijuana Legalization in Minnesota 2016: Pain Patients Buy Medical Cannabis, is Recreational Pot Next?
Minnesota may have already legalized medical marijuana but it wasn’t until Monday that pain patients of the state finally had the opportunity to buy it.
Medical marijuana is no miracle cure. The Hauser family knew that before they gave their toddler his first dose.
Minnesota Marijuana Legalization Update: Medical Pot Program Expands to Include Patients with Chronic Pain
Minnesota next summer will open its medical marijuana program to patients who experience chronic pain, state Department of Health Commissioner Ed Ehlinger said Wednesday
It’s a safe bet that Minnesota’s Advisory Panel on Intractable Pain would have vetoed the state’s entire 2014 medical marijuana law if its cautious members had been given a chance.
Nearly 90 days since medical cannabis became legal to sell in Minnesota, the young industry is working through some growing pains.
Pills and oils are approved, but smoking marijuana remains prohibited