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So, can marijuana treat cancer symptoms and chemotherapy side effects?
Positive signs have been found in several studies showing components of marijuana benefiting individuals fighting cancer.
For both consumers and retailers, Oregon's recreational marijuana laws are "continuing education," Pettinger allows.
Yet with time, Oregon may well experience economic gains from legal marijuana sales, believes state senator Floyd Prozanski, D-Eugene.
5) House Bill 1151: Clarifying residency requirements for licensed marijuana businesses.
According to the National Institute on Drug Abuse's Monitoring the Future (MTF) survey, almost 12% of 8th graders, 27% of 10th graders, and 35% of 12th graders in the United States reported having used marijuana in the past year.
5) In light of these changes, this Article offers a preliminary discussion on the next chapter in Alaska's marijuana law history.
FURTHER READING: Going green: The guide to doing business with the marijuana industry, part 1 Going green: The guide to doing business with the marijuana industry, part 2
Credit Unions Score Joint Business Accounts: Washington credit unions serve the state's legal recreational marijuana industry.
Some clients have already reached out to Beacon with their concerns about medical and recreational marijuana use in other states, and how it affects their company policy," Cooper says.
A University of Colorado study blamed the proliferation of these drug-laced edibles, combined with relaxed marijuana laws, for a surge in emergency room visits by children who had accidentally ingested marijuana.