Speaker: Vote on Medical Marijuana Bill Possible Next Week

Medical marijuana is getting a serious look in the Kentucky legislature. In another sign of momentum for the push to legalize cannabis for treatment of some medical conditions, House Speaker David Osborne said the bill could come up for a House vote as soon as next week. The measure cleared the House Judiciary Committee on a 17-1 vote Wednesday. One of its lead sponsors,

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Ohio Medical Board Committee Says Browns, Bengals Fandom Not Enough for Medical Marijuana

A proposal to alleviate the pain of being a Bengals and Browns fan has gone up in smoke. Being a fan of the NFL’s franchises in Cincinnati and Cleveland does not meet the condition requirements to purchase medical marijuana, an Ohio medical board committee ruled Wednesday. The panel that met in Columbus turned down several petitions regarding conditions that could help Ohio residents take advantage of a 2016

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‘This was supposed to be reparations’ Why is LA’s cannabis industry devastating black entrepreneurs?

A Los Angeles government program set up to provide cannabis licenses to people harmed by the war on drugs has been plagued by delays, scandal and bureaucratic blunders, costing some intended beneficiaries hundreds of thousands of dollars in losses. Black entrepreneurs and activists across LA told the Guardian that the city’s embattled “social equity” program has left aspiring business

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