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Not Satisfied Not Satisfied An opinion on the latest MJ legalization petition draft from a MMJ dispensary operator March 05, 2015

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  • Shades of Green
  • Shades of Green  1

    The legal marketplace for cannabis competes with black and grey markets
      Before medical and now recreational sales of cannabis emerged in recent years, all sale and production of marijuana was illegal and conducted by criminal enterprise.
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  • Treating Parkinson’s
  • Treating Parkinson’s  3

    MMJ is one treatment that can help, but our state needs some convincing
      April is Parkinson's Awareness Month and so now is a good time to have some discussion about cannabis treatments for these conditions and the state of Medical Marijuana in Arizona.
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  • MMJ Update and Opinion:  New Conditions
  • MMJ Update and Opinion: New Conditions  3

    The state is failing to meet the requirement to allow new medical conditions
      The Arizona Medical Marijuana Act has provided safe legal access to medical cannabis to sick Arizonans since the passage of Prop 203 in November 2010.
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  • MMJ Opinion: A Call to Action
  • MMJ Opinion: A Call to Action  3

    Now’s the time to get involved in the cannabis social movement
      Many social movements have been taking hold in our nation recently. For example, same-sex marriage has moved from social acceptance to being fully legal.
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  • MMJ Opinion
  • MMJ Opinion  6

    During Epilepsy awareness month, let’s remind ourselves why legalization is important
      November is epilepsy awareness month and that is cause for celebration in the cannabis world because cannabis has been shown to be a safe, effective and far less toxic treatment option when compared to the usual allopathic anticonvulsants.
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