In an unprecedented move, Washington State’s Attorney General’s office has given an $110,000 grant to the University of Washington, which they will utilize to train healthcare professionals on the scientifically-proven benefits of medical cannabis. The grant will go to the university’s Alcohol & Drug Abuse Institute; the institute will use the funding to train doctors, …
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