There’s progress for advocates of medical marijuana. The House of Delegates voted overwhelmingly to establish a system that allows medical centers to dispense marijuana for those who suffer from qualifying illnesses.
A measure to allow medical marijuana in Maryland moved forward in the House of Delegates on Saturday.
The Maryland Senate has voted to eliminate potential jail time for people who possess less than 10 grams of marijuana.
Grass is getting greener in the Maryland General Assembly, as more lawmakers seem willing to vote in favor of changes to the existing law on marijuana.
Delegates are hoping three new bills aimed at legalizing medical marijuana will make it out of the committee to the House floor. But it’s coming with some opposition.
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There’s a push to legalize medical marijuana here in Maryland. Monday night, patients flooded Annapolis, pleading with lawmakers to pass legislation in the state.
Advocates for medical marijuana are testifying in favor of measures in Maryland to allow it, but Gov. Martin O’Malley’s administration is opposed out of concern that state employees could face federal prosecution for implementing the proposals before lawmakers.
The debate over medical marijuana in Maryland takes a new twist.
Maryland’s health secretary says academic institutions in the state are exploring the possibility of running a medical marijuana program in Maryland.
The D.C. Department of Health will soon name more than 50 contenders who are approved to apply for a license to grow or sell medical marijuana in Washington.
A Maryland workgroup on medical marijuana will be working on an application process for academic centers that could one day make marijuana available for sick patients.