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Further proof that Georgia has unfair laws when it comes to marijuana occurred in Cartersville this past New Year’s Eve. That is when local police responded to a report of shots fired at a subdivision. But what they found was not a gun or shooting victims but a peaceful private party. According to the Daily…

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With the advent of Georgia’s new laws regarding the use of medical marijuana, many healthcare providers are looking at this option for their patients; one such provider is Dr. Rasean T. Hodge. Dr. Hodge is a graduate of Morehouse College, did his residency at the Morehouse School of Medicine and received his medical degree from UMDNJ…

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On July 1, 2017, the state of Georgia enacted several new laws; one covered medical marijuana. Senate Bill 16 expanded the medical conditions eligible for treatment with low THC cannabis oil. These new conditions include the following: Cancer ALS, at its end stage Seizure disorders Multiple Sclerosis, at its end stage Crohn’s disease Parkinson’s diseasee…

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During the last day of the Georgia State Legislature, a bill on the use of medical marijuana in the state has finally passed. Senate Bill 16 is a revision of an earlier bill that expands the use of low-THC oil to treat certain medical conditions for patients in the state. The bill summary reads: “A…

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The use of medical marijuana by cancer patients has greatly improved the lives of many. It has helped with pain management, nausea, depression and other symptoms. But in California, smoking medical marijuana may have killed a man and served as a warning to other people smoking high-grade marijuana. A northern California man died from a…

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Some people swore it would never happen, but the state legislature in Georgia has passed a bill to legalize medical marijuana. The bill cause of heated debate within the legislature with opponents ignoring the proven beneficial effects of marijuana for many health conditions. In 2014, the state passed a limited bill that allowed the use of cannabis…

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It is being reported that a shady backroom deal has taken place regarding pending legislation on medical marijuana in Georgia. For the past year and a half, the push for legalization of a specific form of cannabis oil and marijuana to treat seizure disorders and other medical conditions seemed to be on track for legislative…

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Wayne County Sheriff Benny Napoleon is exceptionally definitive when it comes to discussing causes for crime and incarceration in the nation, particularly in the metropolitan Detroit region for which he is ultimately responsible. The former city of Detroit police chief who was elected head of the Wayne County Sheriff’s Department in 2010, doesn’t shy when…

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As the debate over legalizing marijuana heats up, employers remain firm in their desire to maintain a drug-free workplace. According to a poll released Sept. 7, 2011, by the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) and the Drug and Alcohol Testing Industry Association (DATIA), the practice of requiring job applicants to consent to a pre-employment drug screening…

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  Marijuana candy, food and drinks have raised concerns among Los Angeles law enforcement and city leaders, who put parents and families on high alert because of its proliferation and availability. With holiday season upon us, Los Angeles County Sheriffs Department held a press conference warning parents to inspect their children’s candy. He also warned…

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There was a lot of buzz in Detroit over the weekend — a Snoop Dog-Charlie Sheen (pardon the pun) joint appearance at Detroit’s Fox Theatre, the Ohio Players in town, the Red Wings win, the Tigers played the Yankees,  and, finally, the 40th annual Hash Bash in Ann Arbor. More than 6,000 marijuana legalization supporters…

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