Articles tagged with "pharmacies"
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Medical Marijuana Expected Tuesday at Louisiana DispensariesThe Associated Press - Published on August 2, 2019Read more
Patients in Louisiana have been waiting years for medical marijuana, after lawmakers created the regulatory framework for dispensing therapeutic cannabis in 2015.
Medical Cannabis Could Reach Louisiana Pharmacies Next WeekThe Associated Press - Published on July 30, 2019Read more
Agriculture Commissioner Mike Strain said that if the product collected Monday is free of contaminants, medical cannabis could reach patients early next week.
Here’s Why Most Pharmacists Won’t Touch Medical CannabisBruce Kennedy - Published on November 26, 2018Read more
Pharmacists aren’t licensed by the DEA, but pharmacies are. And they could get shut down if they handle medical cannabis.
Uruguay Setting up New Cannabis Shops After Challenge by BanksThe Associated Press - Published on September 14, 2017Read more
Banks are refusing to deal with companies linked to cannabis in order to follow international financial laws that ban receiving money tied to the drug, pharmacists and officials said.
Security Fears Are Holding Back Uruguay’s Cannabis RolloutThe Associated Press - Published on July 6, 2016Read more
Most pharmacists haven’t signed on to the country’s pioneering cannabis program, citing security concerns and complaining of paperwork, cost increases or opposition from customers.
Ohio Scraps Plan for Pharmacy Board to Oversee Medical CannabisThe Associated Press - Published on May 25, 2016Read more
Lawmakers ditched the scheme Tuesday over concerns the rare setup would create an undue burden on the state.
State of the Leaf: Alaska OKs Cannabis Clubs, and Vancouver Licenses its First DispensaryLisa Rough - Published on May 18, 2016Read more
It’s crunch time in Michigan, a Tennessee politician could face charges for cultivation, and Macedonia will offer cannabis in pharmacies.