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Bill in Mass. Would Legalize Medical Marijuana

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BOSTON – Massachusetts lawmakers are considering a bill that would legalize the use of marijuana for medical purposes.

Sen. Stanley Rosenberg of Amherst and Brookline Rep. Frank Smizik are co-sponsoring the bill. They say it would establish a registration process for patients suffering from chronic or debilitating illnesses, such as cancer or AIDS.

A physician would need to confirm the condition in writing for a patient to receive marijuana from one of the 19 dispensaries planned under the bill.

Patients and dispensaries would be registered with the Department of Public Health, which would regulate the process.

Sufferers of chronic illness showed overwhelming support for the bill Tuesday at a hearing of the Legislature's public health committee.

Medical marijuana is legal in 16 states, including Rhode Island, Vermont, and Maine.

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Kash Krop

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"Patients and dispensaries would be registered with the Department of Public Health, which would regulate the process."

Sorry,but this is the start of another failed system the likes of New Jersey & Arizona where the Governers have halted their mmj laws from going forward due to the Federal Govt. most recent memo on the states being in the mj bizz.
 

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There are many failed systems. However, I have to believe that anything that brings Cannabis into the spotlight, and makes it more legal for folks to use, is a step forward.

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