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  1. Ron Strider

    ME: Marijuana Store Trades Free Pot For Community Cleanup

    The owner of a marijuana store in Maine is encouraging residents to help clean up their city by offering a reward -- free pot. Dennis Meehan, who owns the Summit Medical Marijuana store in Gardiner with his wife, said a July 17 post offering free marijuana to anyone over 21 who participates...
  2. Ron Strider

    ME: Marijuana Shop Promises Free Weed To Cleanup The City Of Gardiner

    Some are calling his methods controversial, but Dennis Meehan says the community is reaping high rewards. Literally. Meehan discussed the success of a recent social media campaign in which he promised free cannabis to anyone 21 and over who donated their time to a community cleanup project...
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    ME: Moms Talk About Treating Their Children With Medical Marijuana

    I admire Susan Meehan. She's a mom of four, formerly of Connecticut, now of Maine since 2013. Meehan moved to Maine to have access to cannabis oil used to treat her daughter, Cyndimae's, Dravet Syndrome, a condition that caused severe daily seizures. Treated with cannabis oil, Cyndimae's...
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    ME: Moms Talk About Treating Their Children With Medical Marijuana

    I admire Susan Meehan. She's a mom of four, formerly of Connecticut, now of Maine since 2013. Meehan moved to Maine to have access to cannabis oil used to treat her daughter, Cyndimae's, Dravet Syndrome, a condition that caused severe daily seizures. Treated with cannabis oil, Cyndimae's...
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    Young Fighter For Sick Children's Access To Medical Marijuana Dies

    On her last day, Cyndimae Meehan did the things she loved. She colored. She played. She took a nap in her father's arms. Cyndimae, whose fight for access to medical cannabis to treat a rare form of epilepsy brought her and her mother before lawmakers in Maine and Connecticut, died Sunday...
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    Connecticut Legislators Discuss Legalizing Medical Marijuana For Children

    On Wednesday, Connecticut's Public Health Committee held a public hearing to discuss a bill legalizing cannabis oil for minors. The bill would only allow the drug in an oil form, containing no more than 0.3 percent THC. The marijuana could not be smoked, inhaled or vaporized. Doctors could...