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Veterans Are Key as Surge of States OK Cannabis for PTSD

28 states plus the District of Columbia now include PTSD in their medical marijuana programs, a tally that has more than doubled in the last two years.

Indiana AG Says Cops Can Seize CBD Oil—Unless It’s for Epilepsy

Attorney General Curtis Hill says police officers can seize any "substance containing cannabidiol — or anything packaged as such."

Lawsuit: State of Florida Ignoring Medical Marijuana Law

A Florida nursery and a man who suffers from epilepsy contend that Gov. Rick Scott's administration is flouting the state's new medical marijuana law.

Colorado Cannabis Expert to Have South Dakota Criminal Case Dismissed

A cannabis cultivation expert prosecuted after working with a Native American tribe trying to open the nation's first marijuana resort will see his case dismissed.

Florida Adding 264 Patients Per Day, Outsourcing Medical Marijuana ID Cards

Approximately 5,200 applications are currently being processed by staff but roughly 1,000 are missing key information or have the wrong sized photo.

Proposal Would Make Medical Cannabis Available in Malta

The country's current law has so many restrictions that not a single Maltese had ever been treated legally with cannabis.

Michigan Vote on Cannabis Legalization Is Likely in 2018

Adults 21 and older could possess up to 2.5 ounces of cannabis and grow up to 12 plants at home. A 10% tax would be assessed.

Massachusetts Towns Reject Cannabis Bans, Bucking Early Trend

A growing number of Massachusetts communities are leaving their borders open to cannabis businesses, bucking an early wave of bans and moratoriums.

California’s Legal Cannabis Countdown: What’s Coming by Jan. 1

Don't count on being able to stroll into your local dispensary on New Year's Day to celebrate with an infused cookie or a joint.

Maryland Companies to Study Medical Marijuana Vaping

Two companies have formed a partnership to study how well vapor-inhalation devices work for patients.

Charges Reinstated in Michigan Medical Marijuana Case

The Michigan appeals court reinstated charges against a man accused of running illegal dispensaries in the state's Thumb region.

Boston Man Says Offensive Comments Misconstrued

The comments shocked both opponents and supporters of the proposed dispensary in a high-end shopping district.

Karl-Anthony Towns: Time for NBA to Allow Medical Cannabis

Towns told reporters that his experiences working with autistic children and his research into medical cannabis have helped shape his belief.

Wisconsin Governor Candidate Favors Legalizing Cannabis

There have been small signs of movement in the Legislature. A bipartisan bill introduced this year would have loosened penalties for possessing cannabis.

Recreational Marijuana Rules Rile Cannabis-Friendly San Francisco

Writing local rules in the cannabis-friendly city has taken a contentious turn as critics try to restrict where products can be sold.

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