GOP Lawmakers Angry With Minn. Company For Shipping Pot OilMinnesota lawmakers want to crack down on one of the state's medical marijuana companies whose former executives have been charged with illegally shipping $500,000 of marijuana oils to New York, pushing legislation allowing regulators to revoke the manufacturer's license and levy a huge fine.
North Dakota Senate Debating Medical Marijuana BillA Senate committee is holding hearing on rules written to oversee the state's voter-approved medical marijuana initiative.
Docs, Not Reps, Should Decide On Medical Marijuana, Wis. AG SaysBrad Schimel says marijuana is a gateway drug that can frequently lead to more dangerous drug abuse.
Wisconsin Senate Approves Marijuana Extract Bill For Seizure TreatmentWisconsin's state Senate has overwhelmingly approved a bill that would make it legal to use a marijuana extract to treat seizures.
Former Medical Marijuana Officials Charged For Illegally Shipping OilFormer officials from one of Minnesota's licensed medical marijuana manufacturers have been charged with illegally shipping marijuana oil to a New York subsidiary.
Minnesota Medical Marijuana Program Asks For An Extra $500KMinnesota's medical marijuana program needs more money to help cover costs associated with being one of the most restrictive laws in the country.
Wis. Republicans Show Signs Of Softening On Medical PotAs a marijuana extract used to treat seizures becomes more widely embraced, even by former Republican opponents, the conversation in Wisconsin is shifting to whether the time is right to approve medical marijuana.
Minn. Medical Marijuana Company Announces Price CutsOne of the two companies producing medical marijuana in Minnesota says they are cutting their prices.
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Minnesota Health Department OKs Medical Marijuana To Treat PTSDMore Minnesotans will soon have access to medical marijuana.
Chronic Pain Sufferer Says Medical Pot Helped Her To Live AgainOn Tuesday morning, some chronic pain patients spoke at a news conference about how medical marijuana has changed their lives.
'The Losses Are Deceiving': MinnMed CEO Talks Concerns Over Medical Pot ProgramAfter losing $3 million in its first full year of operation, Minnesota's medical marijuana program is expecting similar debt in year two. But officials from Minnesota Medical Solutions are expecting their financial picture to improve now that they've been allowed to expand treatment to people diagnosed with intractable, or, chronic pain.