Marijuana Grower Supply Store Opens in Washington DC

Marijuana Grower Supply Store Opens in Washington DC

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The opening of weGrow Washington DC coincides with the city's first steps to implement a law legalizing marijuana use to treat certain medical conditions. Medical marijuana has set off a battle between the 16 states that have passed such laws and …
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Million Awarded to Prempro Breast Cancer Survivor

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With offices in Fairfield, Connecticut and Washington DC, Ury & Moskow has a well-earned reputation for professional responsibility and a fierce commitment to successful resolution for every client. Syndicated stories and blog feeds, …
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FDA asks livestock industry to curb antibiotics use

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WASHINGTON, DC (Christopher Doering, Gannett Washington Bureau) – The US Food and Drug Administration called on the livestock industry to phase out the use of antibiotics given to livestock, pigs and chickens, a move the industry said on Wednesday will …
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Selthofner Interviewed by WLUK Fox 11 News about the Jacki Rickert Medical Marijuana Act. – Medical marijuana bill reintroduced Updated: Thursday, 01 Dec 2011, 11:17 AM CST Published : Wednesday, 30 Nov 2011, 8:38 PM CST Laura Smith, FOX 11 News MADISON – Could medical marijuana be legalized in Wisconsin? Proponents are trying once again to change the law. Legislators who introduced a new bill Wednesday say it would allow seriously ill people access to marijuana to ease their pain. “I’m certain at some point we will pass this in Wisconsin,” said State Rep. Mark Pocan (D-Madison). Pocan and State Sen. Jon Erpenbach (D-Middleton) are introducing the latest proposal to legalize medical marijuana. “We find there’s so much more support in this state than opposition and elected officials are simply behind public support on this,” said Pocan. The measure would allow access to marijuana for patients with conditions like cancer, glaucoma, AIDS and HIV. It also creates a maximum amount of marijuana a patient may receive. Plus, the bill sets up a registry with the Department of Health Services. “As far as a doctor goes, it should be a tool in their arsenal,” said Jay Selthofner, founder of Northern Wisconsin NORML (www.northernwinorml.org It’s a non-profit whose goal is to legalize marijuana in the state. “As long as we can allow patients to use the medicine, allow caregivers to provide it in some way, shape or form, as long as we can take the patients off the battlefield on the war on drugs, I believe it’s a winning bill,” said Selthofner (www.jayselthofner.com Medical

 

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