A measure to improve upon New Jersey’s medical cannabis program has passed the state’s Assembly with a 44 to 20 vote. The proposal – ACR 224 – would add post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) as a condition that qualifies someone to become a legal medical cannabis patient. Currently nine states – Michigan, California, Connecticut, Delaware, …
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