Mar 182014
 March 18, 2014

Maryland medical marijuanaCourtesy of The Joint Blog

In an 126 to 10 vote, Maryland’s full House of Representatives has approved House Bill 1321, a measure to explicitly legalize medical cannabis.The proposal – which has over 60 sponsors – now heads to the Senate, where its passage is expected.

If approved into law, House Bill 1321 would legalize medical cannabis for those with a qualifying condition, such as cancer, post traumatic stress disorder, and chronic pain.

The bill would authorize state-licensed cannabis cultivation and distribution centers which would provide safe access to medical cannabis for patients.

Last week Maryland’s Senate approved a separate cannabis-related measure which would remove criminal penalties for the possession of up to 10 grams.

Source: TheJointBlog.Com

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    Maryland is incorporating the dispensaries for safe access in the bill to start with, yet we still set here in Michigan waiting for a bill held up in an anit-pot committee to allow safe access to Meds. Wish Michigan senetors would get off their butts(and their high horses).

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      MD actually fully passed a medical bill last year, but they limited it to a few academic medical facilities like Johns Hopkins and they all refused to participate for fear of federal action.

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