Maryland’s full legislature has given approval to legislation that will allow more than just physicians to recommend medical cannabis. The vote in the Senate was 36 to 10, following a 110 to 21 vote in the House of Representatives in February. Under the proposed law, which was introduced by Delegate Dan K. Morhaim (D-Baltimore City), …
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