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Medical Marijuana Bills, Including A N.H. ‘Home Grow’ Option, Head to Governor

June 17th, 2019 by admin No comments »

The New Hampshire Legislature is sending a handful of medical marijuana bills, including one that would allow limited “home grow” of cannabis for qualified patients and caregivers, to Governor Sununu. 

The “home grow” option has long been debated in the Granite State, and before the state’s therapeutic cannabis law went into effect more than five years ago.

Another bill would establish a procedure for the annulment of arrests or convictions for possession of three-quarters of an ounce or less of cannabis, if it occurred before Sept. 16, 2017 — the date “decriminalization” of marijuana took effect. Sununu supported that decriminalization, but he opposed efforts this year to legalize recreational marijuana for adults. 

Lawmakers embraced a change in how the medical marijuana law was set up back in 2013. That bill seeks to eliminate the three-month time-frame for a provider-patient relationship.

One bill would authorize the state Department of Health and Human Services to collect certain data related to the therapeutic cannabis program. There are more than 7,100 people enrolled in the medical marijuana program now.

One bill would allow physician assistants to authorize the use of the drug for patients, while yet another clarifies where a second medical marijuana dispensary may be located within a geographic area.

The  Article source: https://www.nhpr.org/post/medical-marijuana-bills-including-nh-home-grow-option-head-governor

The current landscape of Oklahoma’s medical marijuana laws and what’s to come

June 16th, 2019 by admin No comments »

On June 26, 2018, about 507,000 Oklahomans voted yes on State Question 788, legalizing medical marijuana in the state.

The initiative for the legalization of medical marijuana began as a petition by a group called Oklahomans for Health. The group gathered around 67,000 signatures to have their volunteer-written state question put on the ballot.

When SQ788 passed, voting Oklahomans passed what is being called the most progressive medical marijuana laws in the United States. Once SQ788 passed, Oklahoma’s Medical Marijuana Authority had 60 days to set up a program.

Once set up, by 5 p.m. on Aug. 25, 2018, more than 1,500 applicants applied for the multiple medical marijuana licenses available. By 8 a.m. on Aug. 27, over 2,100 applicants. By Dec. 31, over 36,000 applicants.

Most applicants were applying for a patient license, but applicants could also apply for a temporary license, caregiver license, dispensary license, processor license and commercial grower license.

Currently, having an Oklahoma patient license allows you to possess three ounces of marijuana on your person, six mature marijuana plants, six seedling plants, one ounce of concentrated marijuana, 72 ounces of edible marijuana and eight ounces of marijuana at home. The cost of acquiring a patient license is $100, or $20 if on Medicaid. Oklahoma’s possession limits are 6.5 times felony limit in Colorado.

Oklahoma is also the only state that does not have qualifying conditions for patient licenses.

A caregiver license is for people who take care of homebound patients. This could be an elderly patient or a young child and anyone in

Article source: https://www.stwnewspress.com/news/the-current-landscape-of-oklahoma-s-medical-marijuana-laws-and/article_0ce744b6-7942-519c-b681-26f516a27b12.html

Mount Clemens grants medical marijuana licenses for Gibraltar, Kaatz sites

June 16th, 2019 by admin No comments »

Mount Clemens has long been known as Bath City for its rich history related to mineral baths as well as Macomb County’s entertainment capital.

But the county seat may be in line for a new moniker in the next few years, as a medical marijuana destination spot in Macomb County.

Mount Clemens recently awarded licenses for a processing center at the former Gibraltar Trade Center on North River Road near Interstate 94 and a retail facility for the former Kraatz Flowers shop on Groesbeck Highway, north of Cass Avenue.

“We decided to get into it and took a whole year to study the issue, to find out as much as we could about the industry,” said Mayor Barb Dempsey. “There is a need for medical marijuana, and if it helps people, then absolutely, let’s do it.”



The former site of Kraatz Flowers on Groesbeck Highway between a Taco Bell restaurant and the now-closed Big Boy will be occupied by a medical marijuana retail sales center.

MITCH HOTTS — THE MACOMB DAILY 

Article source: https://www.macombdaily.com/news/local/mount-clemens-grants-medical-marijuana-licenses-for-gibraltar-kaatz-sites/article_0475f006-8eed-11e9-978b-c71c19ad596e.html

Small medical marijuana providers decry court ruling favoring Lionheart

June 16th, 2019 by admin No comments »

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Article source: https://missoulian.com/news/local/small-medical-marijuana-providers-decry-court-ruling-favoring-lionheart/article_3b227b5b-6f7c-5493-b04f-f1ee61b1ce90.html

University of Florida taking lead on medical marijuana study

June 16th, 2019 by admin No comments »

SARASOTA, Fla. (WWSB) – The University of Florida (U-F) will take the lead on a study monitoring the effects of medical marijuana.

Article source: https://www.mysuncoast.com/2019/06/15/university-florida-taking-lead-medical-marijuana-study/

CBD oil boutique Three Sisters to open in September with eye toward medical marijuana

June 15th, 2019 by admin No comments »
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This building at 2509 Grinstead Drive will open in September as Three Sisters, a CBD oil boutique. | Google photo

When Three Sisters opens in early September, the retail boutique will feature what owner Michael Raus says will be the largest selection of CBD oils in Kentucky.

But it’s just the tip of an iceberg Raus believes is inevitable in rising, and he’s investing in a future in which medical marijuana is legal in Kentucky.

Raus has spent the last two-plus years working with lawmakers to craft House Bill 136, which would make medical marijuana legal to grow and distribute in Kentucky. His motivation comes in part because, after selling his family’s manufacturing business in 2004, he has been looking to invest in some type of manufacturing.

Michael Raus
Michael Raus

But it’s also because he has seen a need in Kentucky. He has talked to doctors around the state, and he says many agree that medical marijuana would be an effective, natural treatment for people with chronic diseases, cancer and more.

He believes tens of thousands of people would benefit from legalizing marijuana as a legally dispensable — and responsibly controlled — medical product.

Raus believes HB 136 had the votes to pass, although Kentucky Senate President Robert Stivers, an outspoken opponent, has long been a sticking point. Most recently, in March, HB 136

Article source: https://insiderlouisville.com/economy/cbd-oil-boutique-three-sisters-to-open-in-september-with-eye-toward-medical-marijuana/

Applying for a medical marijuana license will be strict and costly

June 15th, 2019 by admin No comments »

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Protesters say Sanford uncooperative in providing medical marijuana…

June 15th, 2019 by admin No comments »

The group was led by eight-year Navy veteran Chris Howell of Fargo, who said the regional medical giant doesn’t seem to be cooperating in offering medical marijuana as an option to patients who request it.

Howell, who is president of the Veterans for Safe Access to Cannabis in North Dakota, said it appears to be more that the administrators, rather than the doctors, are causing the problem for patients seeking certification.

He said a Sanford administrator who helped get a law change passed in the past legislative session where doctors no longer have to prescribe medical marijuana directly to patients, but rather only have to “certify” that the patient has one of the conditions that qualifies them for a medical marijuana card from the state so they can buy at a dispensary.

There are now two dispensaries open in North Dakota in Fargo and Grand Forks, with one in Williston expected to open in June and Bismarck in July. As of this week, there are 614 active patient cards, according to the medical marijuana division of the North Dakota Department of Health.

Howell was accompanied by about 10 other protesters from all age groups who held up signs in front of Sanford’s Southpointe Clinic in south Fargo along 32nd Avenue and 25th Street for a few hours. A similar protest was held in Bismarck on Friday.

The group calls itself the ND Cannabis Caucus and includes the Committee for Compassionate Care and Real ND News, in addition to the veteran’s group which Howell said has

Article source: https://www.jamestownsun.com/business/healthcare/4626402-protesters-say-sanford-uncooperative-providing-medical-marijuana

Small medical marijuana providers decry court ruling favoring Lionheart

June 15th, 2019 by admin No comments »

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