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If the physician decides that the person's condition can be treated with medical marijuana, noted the spokesperson for MMJRecs, a copy of the recommendation will be emailed right away and then the original message will be sent via priority mail.
Courts in some states have held that employers can enforce zero-tolerance drug policies even if medical marijuana is legal.
The likelihood of product-tracking regulations and taxes being employed on recreational pot has some worried that the same curbs could be applied to medical marijuana, which is not taxed.
The federal government has traditionally taken a tough stance on medical marijuana, and following the passage of California's legislation legalizing it, the Clinton Administration stood firm that using, possessing or prescribing marijuana was in violation of federal law, and stepped up policing efforts in California.
Chief Gemme assumes medical marijuana would fetch the higher price.
Federal Law and Medical Marijuana MSHA regulations provide: "Intoxicating beverages and narcotics shall not be permitted or used in or around mines.
The three-judge panel noted that courts in California, Montana and Washington also have found that their states' medical marijuana laws don't govern private employment actions.
John Lynch vetoed the medical marijuana bills, and legislators were unable to muster the two-thirds support needed for an override.
A published study has revealed that 74 percent of teenagers in two substance abuse treatment programs admitted to using medical marijuana.
THE NUMBER OF MEDICAL MARIJUANA users in Colorado is rising exponentially, and this is leaving employers, well .
We will then examine California's medical marijuana law.
While the author of this article makes many valid points, it is important to consider the other side of the argument--that is, that medical marijuana is an effective and safe treatment for certain conditions, and is supported by many well-known and well respected organizations such as the American Nurses Association (ANA), the American College of Physicians (ACP), and the American Public Health Association (APHA).

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