The medical conditions that qualify for medical marijuana are separated into three categories.
(KTHV) – A new report from the Arkansas Center for Health Improvement shows that 541,673 Arkansans would qualify for medical marijuana.
In Pulaski County alone, there are over 71,000 Arkansans who qualify to receive medical marijuana.
The third category are potential diseases, medical conditions, treatments that the Arkansas Department of Health approves as qualifying conditions.
Arkansas voters approved Issue 6, or the Medical Marijuana Amendment, last November by narrow margin.
referring to CHARLESTON, W.Va. (WSAZ) – The West Virginia Senate on Wednesday approved medical marijuana use with a doctor’s guidance.
“For many patients, medical marijuana is a far safer alternative to opioids and other prescription drugs.
That commission would include medical professionals, law enforcement officials, and government agency representatives, to establish and oversee a state medical marijuana program.
SB 386, the West Virginia Medical Cannabis Act, is sponsored by Sen. Richard Ojeda, D-Logan.
West Virginia is one of only six states in the nation that has not adopted any form of medical marijuana law.
referring to Former Philadelphia Eagles cornerback Lito Sheppard is leading an investment group that seeks to construct a medical marijuana grower and processor facility in Delaware County.
It says it will host community forums to provide accurate information about cannabis, its medical benefits and the Medical Marijuana Act.
He says his 10-year career, which included two Pro Bowl appearances, left him with permanent damage that prompts similar difficulties of those approved to receive medical marijuana.
Sheppard is not the only former Philadelphia athlete to become involved with medical marijuana.
Tom Mihalek/AP Philadelphia Eagles cornerback Lito Sheppard during practice Wednesday, Sept. 3, 2008, in Philadelphia.
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