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- Liquid good is taking over the states and it's not going to stop there. Growers are taking advatange of the extraction community and profits are soaring. However, more concerns in the political view of this phenomenon as more states want to open the doors to legalization while more conservative states still fight on cannabis being an illegal substance.
[caption id="attachment_7144" align="aligncenter" width="461"] Should the NFL allow players to use medical cannabis?[/caption]
ControversyOne of the most exciting parts about professional football is seeing goliaths go head-to-head on the field, delivering crushing blows to the marvel of the crowd. For the players, such continuous trauma comes at a cost. It often means substantial injuries and multiple surgeries. Playing football professionally has been likened to experiencing a car crash over and over. The trouble is, modern medicine doesn’t have many tools to properly manage chronic pain. A lot of players simply live with it for life. And so, long-term solutions are wanting. It isn’t just when players retire that they
[caption id="attachment_7136" align="aligncenter" width="451"] Harvard and MIT are about to start seriously studying cannabis.[/caption]
Difficult to StudyThere’s a huge divide in opinions regarding medical cannabis. While poll after poll shows that Americans support its availability, many doctors are wary, saying not enough research has been done to determine its safety and effectiveness. To overcome this hurdle, more clinical research must be done. The problem is, due to its designation as a schedule I narcotic under federal law, there’s a lot of red tape. It can take years to get the paperwork squared away. The government has been studying the plant for years. But advocates say most of these studies have been framed around addiction. Now, the government has loosened up a tad on restrictions and
[caption id="attachment_7129" align="aligncenter" width="396"] Maryland's cannabis laws have changed considerably recently.[/caption]
Licensing DebacleIn 2013, Maryland’s General Assembly passed a medical cannabis bill. This was signed into law by then-Democratic Governor Martin O’Malley. But it wouldn’t be until 2018 that such a program was in place. The state quickly formed the Maryland Medical Cannabis Commission. But the commission soon became overwhelmed by the process. For instance, while only 94 dispensary licenses were allowed by law, the state had to wade through 500 applications. 15 cultivators were selected out of 150, and 15 processors out of 150. Seven of these companies were in fact, producer-processors. Then, aft
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