The mission of NORML@UCF is to create awareness about marijuana laws and their relation to constitutional rights on and around UCF in order to help bring about the eventual decriminalization of the possession, use, and cultivation of cannabis. There are currently twelve states that have decriminalized marijuana, and fourteen states which have legalized or decriminalized use and possession of medicinal marijuana. In addition, dozens of cities have decriminalized or legalized marijuana for personal use, and Orlando is on track to be one of the next.
From last night’s #CONAN monologue. (at Warner Bros Stage 15)
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MILFORD, Connecticut (NYTimes) — Medical marijuana will go on sale in Connecticut by summer 2014, dispensed throughout the state by four vendors, Governor Dannel Malloy said on Tuesday.
Four applicants have been chosen as the state’s first-ever legitimate producers of medical marijuana to serve the needs of seriously ill patients in Connecticut, said Malloy, who appeared at a press conference along with Consumer Protection Commissioner William Rubenstein in West Haven.
The selected dispensaries are Advanced Grow Labs, LLC, in West Haven; Connecticut Pharmaceutical Solutions, LLC, in Portland; Curaleaf, LLC, in Simsbury, and Theraplant, LLC, in Watertown.
WEED FOR THE WIN
— Via ThatsGoodWeed.com,The latest in Cannabis Culture & Giveaways
Can they really keep saying we’ll lose money after legalization?
(CNN) Medical marijuana might be the most effective complementary or alternative medicine to provide relief of symptoms caused by multiple sclerosis (MS) according to new guidelines from the American Academy of Neurology (AAN) released Monday.
Complementary and alternative medicines (CAM) are nontraditional therapies often used in addition to (and sometimes instead of) doctor recommended treatments.
The guidelines are based on recommendations made by a panel of nine physicians chosen by the AAN who are experts in the field of CAM. They identified and reviewed 291 studies and literature from the last 43 years. Of those, 115 made the cut; most were short, lasting between six and 15 weeks.
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