Urge Ohio Governor Kasich To Sign Medical Marijuana Bill

Ohio is one step away from legalizing medical marijuana. The Ohio Legislature recently passed a bill that would legalize medical marijuana. The change isn’t perfect, but it’s better than nothing, and it will help at least some patients. Exactly how many? That’s anyone’s guess right now. But one thing is for sure,…

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Vermont Governor Shumlin Signs Bill Expanding Medical Marijuana Access

Good news out of Vermont today. See the legislative alert that I received below: Vermont’s medical marijuana program took an important step forward today when Gov. Peter Shumlin signed S. 14, a bill that will make it possible for more patients to qualify for the medical marijuana program. “At a…

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Kansas City NORML Moves One Step Closer To Decriminalizing Marijuana

(image via Wikipedia) By Kevin Mahmalji, NORML Outreach Coordinator Great news for marijuana consumers in Kansas City, Missouri! After months of back and forth meetings with city officials, NORML KC, the local chapter of the National Organization for the Reform of marijuana laws, has received approval to move forward with…

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West Virginia Legislators Propose Bill To End Marijuana Prohibition

Good news out of West Virginia today. See the legislative alert I received below: The West Virginia Legislature failed to reform its marijuana policies in the 2015-2016 legislative session, primarily because House Speaker Tim Armstead continues to oppose even the most modest, incremental reforms. Fortunately, now that a special session…

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Huge Support For Allowing Doctors To Prescribe Marijuana In Pill Form To Veterans Suffering From PTSD

(image via #OperationOverMed) The results of a Quinnipiac University poll were released today, which found overwhelming support for allowing U.S. Veterans Administration doctors to prescribe medical marijuana to veterans suffering from PTSD in pill form. That’s a bit different than asking if there’s support for all forms of medical marijuana, but…

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