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  • Gov. Northam Signs Medical Cannabis Oil Bill Into Law

    Gov. Northam Signs Medical Cannabis Oil Bill Into Law0

    On March 9, Governor Ralph Northam signed HB1251 into law. The law expands the defense for possession of medical cannabis oils to any diagnosed condition. The new law comes with restrictions, the oil must contain at least 15% CBD or at least 15% THC-A and may have no more than 5% of tetrahydrocannabinol (THC). “CBD

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  • DHHS Issues Warning About Cannabis Oil

    DHHS Issues Warning About Cannabis Oil0

    DHHS says they’re seeing an increase in patients going to the emergency room for serious symptoms like hallucinations, seizures, altered mental status, rapid heartbeat, and loss of consciousness; which aren’t common for the oil. State Health Director Betsey Tilson, M.D says the number has doubled from what they’ve seen in the past. Since December, there’s

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  • More People are Buying A Legal Cannabis Oil To Ease Pain

    More People are Buying A Legal Cannabis Oil To Ease Pain0

    People with a host of debilitating health problems are turning to legalize medicinal cannabis oil in their droves to ease their suffering. According to figures from the Cannabis Trades Association UK, the number of cannabidiol (CBD) users has doubled from 125,000 12 months ago to 250,000. CBD oil is legal in the UK as it

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  • Cannabis oil: It’s Medicine And It’s Time

    Cannabis oil: It’s Medicine And It’s Time0

    Now is the time in Tennessee to move the conversation about medical cannabis out from the shadows and away from hushed conversations. Thirty states, including Arkansas, and two-thirds of the U.S. already have access to more than 800 medical cannabis products. Not Tennesseans. And yet, nearly 80 percent of the state’s registered voters support giving

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  • Democrats Propose Bill To Legalize Medical Cannabis In Kentucky

    Democrats Propose Bill To Legalize Medical Cannabis In Kentucky0

    Kentuckians with certain medical conditions would be able to get a prescription for cannabis under a bill filed by two Democratic lawmakers and promoted by Secretary of State Alison Lundergan Grimes. The 65-page bill would make it legal to smoke, ingest or grow cannabis — the scientific name for marijuana — with a prescription and

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  • Is This the End of Legal Medical Marijuana, Too?

    Is This the End of Legal Medical Marijuana, Too?0

    On Thursday, Attorney General Jeff Sessions rescinded the Cole Memorandum, an Obama-era policy that took a hands-off approach to marijuana in states where it was legal. Instead, federal prosecutors, Sessions wrote, should decide for themselves whether to crack down on marijuana businesses. This likely spells trouble for recreational marijuana, which is now legal in eight

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