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After More Than A Year Since It Was Slated To Begin, The Arizona Department Of Health Services Will Likely Award Certificates In August
The Arizona Department of Health Services will begin accepting applications for medical marijuana dispensaries May 14, restarting the industry that had been delayed for more than a year.
PHOENIX – On Friday morning, Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer says she will not refile a federal lawsuit asking for a ruling on whether the state can carry out its medical marijuana law.
The law has been in limbo since voters approved it last year.
She said the state will start accepting and processing applications for dispensaries — once a legal challenge to the state’s rules is resolved. That case is pending in state court.
So, it is still not clear when marijuana dispensaries could actually start selling marijuana.
FERNDALE, Mich. (WJBK) — It looked like the stash seized in any other drug raid when the Oakland County Sheriff’s Department showed us medical marijuana taken from Clinical Relief, a dispensary that used to operate on Hilton in Ferndale.
A new study has found smoking marijuana isn’t as harmful to the lungs as smoking cigarettes.
Researchers at the University of Alabama at Birmingham found that occasional marijuana use even improves lung capacity after studying a national database.
The news wasn’t surprising for many people in San Luis Obispo, which was the first city in the nation to ban indoor smoking in public.
DENVER—Federal officials on Thursday began a California-style crackdown on medical marijuana dispensaries in Colorado that targets those located near schools, setting up a possible showdown with businesses that worked closely with state lawmakers to develop regulations they hoped would prevent such an action.
PHOENIX – A program that’s been in legal limbo for about a year — Arizona’s medical marijuana program — could be one step closer to becoming a reality.
A federal judge has dismissed Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer’s lawsuit asking for a ruling on whether the state can implement its medical marijuana law in the face of marijuana still being prohibited under federal law.
U.S. District Judge Susan Bolton’s order Wednesday says the case isn’t legally eligible for court consideration. She says that’s because the state hasn’t established there’s a genuine threat of prosecution of state employees for administering the law.