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    Can medical marijuana users have firearms? Police say…

    "There are no exceptions in federal law for marijuana used for medicinal or recreational purposes," said Special Agent Joshua E. Jackson, spokesman for the U.S. Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives in Washington, D.C. At issue is the federal classification of marijuana as a Schedule 1 drug -- one with "no currently accepted medical use and a high potential for abuse," the same as heroin and LSD and other hallucinogens, according to the Drug [...]
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    Sales soar for marijuana advent calendars as health experts issue warning

    A Vancouver cannabis company is scrambling to keep up with a flood of orders for marijuana-filled advent calendars, but the novel take on a popular Christmas tradition has some health experts ringing alarm bells. Lorilee Fedler of Coast to Coast Medicinals said she's been overwhelmed by the response since launching the marijuana holiday calendars earlier this month.   "We just wanted something fun and different for adults," Fedler said, adding that she came up with the idea [...]
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    CBD Use Doubles in One Year

    According to the report from the Cannabis Trades Association U.K. (CTAUK), 250,000 people in the UK currently use CBD oil to help treat a variety of medical conditions. These numbers are up from 125,000 last year, an 100% increase. According to CTAUK, there are approximately 1,000 new people each month who use CBD oil.   The increase comes after the U.K. government officially recognized CBD as medicine, stating that it has “restoring, correcting, or modifying” [...]
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    Officials Sign Deal to Outsource Florida MMJ ID Cards

    Florida is moving forward with the outsourcing of medical marijuana identification cards despite a protest on how the contract was awarded, health officials said Monday. TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (AP) —  The Office of Medical Marijuana Use signed a contract on Monday with Veritec Solutions LLC, which it planned on awarding last month.   Automated Health Systems filed an administrative protest of the process but Surgeon General Celeste Phillip has filed an immediate award of a contract [...]
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    First Ever National TV Commercial for Cannabis Products Begin Airing this Week

    One of America’s leading cannabidoil companies has received approval to air the nation’s first cannabis-based product advertising. Ads for Palmetto Harmony begin airing Monday on several national networks, including but not limited to: Oxygen, Lifetime Movies, WE, FYI, BBC-America, Centric, Freeform, GAC, UP, and 71 local market affiliates for ABC, NBC, CBS, and Fox.   “We are excited about being the first to take this leap into the national arena,” said Palmetto Harmony CEO Janel [...]
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    BREAKING: Florida’s Medical Marijuana Patient Count Surges Past Oregon 

    The number of Medical Marijuana patients in Florida has grown to over 63,500, surging over 370% since June. Florida now has more medical marijuana patients than the state of Oregon (59,062), a state which has had a medical program for nearly two decades. In June Florida's patient count was just over 16,000, a number that has nearly quadrupled in less than five months. This despite just 2% of doctors being able to recommend cannabis and [...]
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