If law enforcement officials in Montana have their way, they’ll know exactly where every single private, state-legal medical marijuana grow in the Big Sky state is located.
If you’re a low income medical marijuana patient in the state of Maine, you definitely want to be in Portland on Saturday.
|Bangor Daily News|
It’s often hard to know exactly what government bureaucrats want from medical marijuana dispensaries. Despite the fact that voters in 16 states (and the District of Columbia) have decided for themselves to allow the medicinal use of cannabis, it seems that stuffed-shirt anti-pot types always find objections to the existence of places where patients can actually, you know, get marijuana.
|Greg Barns, president of Australian Lawyers Alliance said that cannabis use is primarily a health issue, and the state would save money by treating is as such|
One of the reasons cannabis use is so high in Tasmania is because it is illegal and not treated by authorities as a health issue, according to the Australian Lawyers Alliance.
|U.S. federal government-issued cannabis|
|Starting January 1, medical marijuana patients in Maine are required by law to register with the state.|
More than 400 residents of Maine have applied to be medical marijuana patients under a new state law. Starting January 1, Mainers must be registered with the state before legally using cannabis medicinally.
|Safe Harbor Maine is expected to open early next year in Biddeford, becoming New England’s first medical marijuana dispensary.|
Until two weeks ago, it appeared that Rhode Island would open New England’s first marijuana dispensary. Now it looks as if Maine will be doing the honors.
|Graphic: Reality Catcher|
Maine’s medical marijuana program took a big step towards safe access for patients Friday, with the announcement of three licensed, non-profit corporations to grow and sell marijuana.
The people of Eliot, Maine, have just said “yes” to dispensaries by saying “no” to a moratorium on the pot shops.