Legislation that would add two new conditions that qualify someone to become a medical cannabis patient has been passed by Delaware’s full legislature. According to its official summary, House Bill 374 “adds glaucoma and chronic debilitating migraines to the list of debilitating medical conditions which may qualify a person, upon certification by a physician, to be …
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