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The lawsuit that challenges a Lebanon County policy that stops people on probation from using medical marijuana even if they have a card could soon be heading to the Pennsylvania Supreme Court. A spokesperson for the ACLU tells FOX43 today, "the case was just today transferred from the Commonwealth....
Three medical marijuana patients on Tuesday challenged a Pennsylvania county’s policy that people on probation and other forms of court supervision may not use the drug, even if they are in the state registry.
It varies to the discretionary of each counties D.A. and ive been told varies from probation officer to next. This is rediculous and needs to be addressed and set .... Across the board!
So this is Lebanon county; are the other counties complying or is this going to be seeing this throughout central pa
An Oakland, California, company expects to produce marijuana breathalyzers by 2020, which police can use to detect drivers who have smoked pot or weed the same way they test for drunken motorists.
Two new medications have been developed for fibromyalgia pain and diabetic nerve pain treatment by a company specializing in cannabis-based medicines. A Transdermal patch is placed on the skin and …
Yeah but is it gonna be a ridiculous price just like every other medical marijuana product? On top of the insane amount it cost to have the correct insulin and supplies to treat the diabetes in the first place? It's great that all this progress is being made but until the medical marijuana itself is seen as a "real", "acceptable" medication across the board then this is all just a real shitty tease, a pipe dream. Like starving and having a 4 course meal dangled in front of your face.