As of July 1st in Minnesota, those with intractable pain are authorized to become registered medical cannabis patients, allowing them to purchase, possess and use cannabis and cannabis products. “July 1 marks the start of intractable pain registration and the anniversary of the availability of medical cannabis in Minnesota,” says Health Commissioner Dr. Ed Ehlinger. …
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- New Zealand Parliament Approves Medical Marijuana Legislation
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- Oregon Officials Certify Initiative to Legalize Medical Magic Mushrooms
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