# Medical marijuana
Hillsborough Hemp Laws Protect Kids from Enticing Edibles
New Florida state legislation has been passed to better protect kids from chips, cereals, candies, and treats containing hemp-derived products that include tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) such as delta-8. These Hillsborough hemp product laws address snack packaging that looks nearly identical to those most popular with children, the lack of age requirements for purchase, and the marketing of these products.
Alabama's Medical Marijuana Program: What You Need to Know
Alabama, the 36th state to legalize medical marijuana, is on the verge of implementing a groundbreaking program. Established by the Alabama legislature during the 2021 session and signed into law by Governor Kay Ivey, the Alabama Medical Cannabis Commission (AMCC) is set to bring relief to patients with qualifying conditions. Here's a rundown of what you need to know.
Podiatrists May Soon Be Added to the List of Practitioners Able to Prescribe Medical Cannabis in PA
The Medical Marijuana Advisory Board voted on this recommendation this week. Podiatrists may soon recommend medical marijuana in Pennsylvania, that is if the legislature takes the advice of the state’s advisory panel. Supporters say that podiatry patients live with neuropathy and intractable pain—two of the 24 conditions currently approved for medical cannabis use.
Mold in your Cannabis? Here is What to do.
Nothing is sadder than breaking up a large nug to find that it has molded. Unfortunately, this will sometimes happen, but knowing what to do can save you a headache or two. This is a common, and often times preventable, problem in the cannabis industry known as botrytis. Oftentimes it is called bud rot, specifically because it will quite literally rot the bud. This mold can appear white, grey, brown, and in severe cases black.
The Pros and Cons of Oklahoma Cannabis Employment Badges
As Oklahoma heads towards 2024, cannabis industry employees must get ready for the inevitability of badge requirements. Opinions on this topic are mixed, and rightfully so. There are some good things about requiring badges, but do they outweigh the bad?
Medical Cannabis Patients in Arkansas Can Carry Concealed Handguns Beginning Aug. 1
Beginning August 1, medical cannabis patients in Arkansas will be allowed to carry concealed handguns under a bill approved by lawmakers during the legislative session, KATV reports. The law directly conflicts with federal law which bars individuals who consume cannabis from purchasing or owning firearms.
Pennsylvania Advances Potential Expansion to Medical Marijuana Program
Medical Marijuana Program in Pennsylvania is undergoing a massive expansion. The Pennsylvania Senate Law & Justice Committee advanced a proposal that would let physicians certify patients for the state’s medical cannabis program for any condition they deem appropriate.The Pennsylvania Senate Law & Justice Committee has approved a measure that would allow physicians to certify patients for the state’s medical cannabis program for any condition they deem suitable, Pennville reports.
VA Medical Cannabis Card Telemedicine Guide
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Will Pennsylvania Finally Legalize Recreational Cannabis?
Many bills have been put forth to try to achieve recreational marijuana in Pennsylvania, but this one might be different. Two Pennsylvania lawmakers have introduced a bill to legalize marijuana. Senators Dan Laughlin (R - Erie County) and Sharif Street (D - Philadelphia) introduced a bill Thursday that would allow those 21 and older to use recreational marijuana in the state.
Alabama's medical marijuana licensing hurdles causing roadblocks in the green lane
Alabama's journey towards effective medical marijuana legislation is proving to be a sluggish, winding path, hampered by legal challenges and bureaucratic opacity. A recent court order has further delayed the process, emphasizing the state's struggle to promptly and transparently establish a functioning medical cannabis industry.
Medical Cannabis: Survey Reveals 68.9% of Clinicians Support its Potential
Medical cannabis (marijuana) use is legal in 38 U.S. states and the District of Columbia. Clinicians can play an important role in helping patients access and weigh potential benefits and risks of medicinal cannabis. This study sought to assess clinician beliefs and practices related to cannabis.
Pennsylvania Bill Would Allow Medical Marijuana Patients to Grow Marijuana at Home Plus Other Improvements to Program
Two PA lawmakers are working on a new bill for home grow. Two Pennsylvania lawmakers want to make it legal for medical marijuana patients to grow their own supply of cannabis. PA State Senators Sharif Street (D-Philadelphia) and Dan Laughlin (R-Erie) are planning to introduce a bill that would allow users to grow a limited number of plants at home for personal use.
Navigating the Controversy: Is Cannabis Addictive or Not?
The perceived increase in the prevalence of cannabis addiction has sparked a contentious debate, with varying perspectives on the addictive potential of cannabis. While some sources suggest a rise in addiction rates, it is important to approach this topic with an unbiased and balanced perspective.