While we do not intend to harvest, distribute or sell cannabis or cannabis related products, we may be harmed by a change in enforcement by federal or state governments. About Senior Healthcare Benefits Group. Senior has specialized insurance agents that “help patients find healthcare plans” and to make sure patients receive the coverage which they need. Headquartered in Melville, NY, Senior’s goal is to work with MMJ patients throughout the entire process of procuring the appropriate health insurance plan. Senior listens to patients concerns, explains options, and makes recommendations without pressure, then aids in the enrollment process. Senior’s approach is to make sure patients and their loved ones are not paying the high cost of medicinal meds. For more information on Senior Healthcare Benefits Group you can contact us through our website, or email them at email@example.com or give us a call at 631-393-5019. About Proteus 420 PROTEUS 420 is the only real-time, fully featured business solution that has been created specifically for the Medical Marijuana Industry. Both powerful and secure, Proteus can assist all levels of business from Dispensary to Delivery through our medical marijuana and dispensary software, and provide all the tools needed to save Time and Money! PROTEUS 420 is the true Cannabis Dispensary Solutions for your business.
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___ HOW DOES THE MEDICAL MARIJUANA PROGRAM IN NEW JERSEY WORK? Patients and doctors must register with the state and pay a $200 fee apiece. Only patients suffering from one of six conditions, including terminal cancer, multiple sclerosis and muscular dystrophy, may apply. Currently, there are only three dispensaries open in the state, in Woodbridge, Egg Harbor Township and Montclair. There are about 2,000 registered patients, but Democratic Assemblyman Tim Eustace, who sponsored the resolution, estimates between 500 and 1,000 people are using the program. ___ ARE THERE ANY OTHER PROPOSALS TO CHANGE THE PROGRAM? Yes.
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___ HOW DOES THE MEDICAL MARIJUANA PROGRAM IN NEW JERSEY WORK? Patients and doctors must register with the state and pay a $200 fee apiece. Only patients suffering from one of six conditions, including terminal cancer, multiple sclerosis and muscular dystrophy, may apply. Currently, there are only three dispensaries open in the state, in Woodbridge, Egg Harbor Township and Montclair. There are about 2,000 registered patients, but Democratic Assemblyman Tim Eustace, who sponsored the resolution, estimates between 500 and 1,000 people are using the program. ___ ARE THERE ANY OTHER PROPOSALS TO CHANGE THE PROGRAM? Yes. Democrats who control the Assembly are planning to vote on two additional marijuana bills. One adds post-traumatic stress disorder to the list of authorized medical conditions for the drug. The other authorizes treatment facilities to transfer medical marijuana in order to meet demand.
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Our efforts are strictly limited to providing Ohios medical patients with access to medicine that will help cure their conditions, or at least ease their pain. We urge every Ohioan with compassion for the suffering of others to join us in this vital effort, Bridge said in a statement. Ohio Patients Cann would like to see its proposal merged into House Bill 33 medical-marijuana legislation sponsored by a bipartisan group of legislators that would legalize cannabis-derived medicines for those with seizure disorders. Rep. John M. Rogers, D-Mentor-on-the-Lake, one of the bills sponsors, said he met with Ohio Patients Cann but has not agreed to expand the proposal. My immediate concern is the kids who have severe epilepsy, Rogers said, noting that he was motivated to co-sponsor the bill because of the medical problems of a neighbors 11-year-old daughter. Theres about 250 children in Ohio that have similar symptoms or maladies, he said.
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By offering a conference complete with educational classes on the various aspects of the field, we are assisting in the foundation of which medical marijuana will operate moving forward. More than 28 national experts from the healthcare and research fields will focus on key issues moving the medical marijuana field to mainstream America. The April 19-20 event will hear from Dr. Suzanne Sisley, a pioneer working on post-traumatic stress disorder clinical trials with Johns Hopkins University. Leading experts in cannabinoids (CBD) will look at issues of reliable dosing and dependability, while other workshops will visit cannabis interactions, delivery systems and liability questions for healthcare professionals. About MedMJ: The MedMJ event will offer real world knowledge and reliable data about medical marijuana, from emerging state medical marijuana laws, healthcare liabilities and groundbreaking patient research and development. To learn more about the opportunities available, join us at the MedMJ Denver Conference, April 19-20, located at the Denver DIA Crowne Plaza. For more information about the event, the featured list of speakers, as well as ticket pricing and how to register to attend, please visit www.MedMJDenver.com or call one of our representatives at 303-498-9960. About Marijuana Investor Summit: The Marijuana Investor Summit (MJIS) is hosted by CannaFundr.com and Marijuana Investor News (MJINews.com). The event will be held at the Crowne Plaza Hotel in Denver, Colorado from April 20-22, 2015, and will bring together entrepreneurs and investors within the cannabis industry. MJIS is headquartered in Chicago, Illinois.
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For the Dashners…if these bills don’t pass, they’re planning on going back to Colorado. “After seeing what it did to her, I mean I don’t know how many Epilepsy patients are out there but I’ve seen suffering. And this would just…I think it would change the whole world. It changed our world,” Dashner said. The response on the MyFoxAustin Facebook page was been overwhelmingly in favor of medical Marijuana. But several viewers just simply said “no” without much explanation as to why they felt that way. Joe Roysdon says “The problem with legalizing it is controlling it, keeping it out of the hands of children and determining who should get it.
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Its product portfolio includes standardized oils, creams, suppositories and capsules, both THC and CBD based. The products are manufactured at various degrees of potency in order to meet the specific needs, ages, and medical conditions of the various patients. Many other unique cannabis formulations are currently under development. Each of Cannabliss’ medicinals undergoes rigorous testing and is supplied to authorized patients holding Ministry of Health permits. Prof. Reuven Or is the Head of the Medical Consultancy Department at the company and is also the Director of the Bone Marrow Transplant Department at Hadassah Ein Karem Hospital.
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Suggested changes to Monahan’s earlier draft, some of which came from Councilwoman Katrina Foley, included an annual business license fee as high as $10,000, charging $10 monthly for each square foot within a dispensary and taxing 15% of its gross receipts. Monahan called those add-ons a “joke.” “I cannot agree with that in any way, shape or form,” he said. Other suggestions were prohibiting home delivery of marijuana supplies and implementing a cost-recovery system to City Hall, should dispensaries attract so-called “excessive” amounts of police attention. Monahan contended that prohibiting delivery hurts the neediest of patients. “The sickest of the sick need it delivered,” he said. “And that’s who we’re talking about.” Councilwoman Sandy Genis said she feared delivery drivers would be susceptible to theft of their supplies or money. Foley said marijuana dispensaries in Costa Mesa would attract the undue influence of cartels selling drugs for profit, not their possible medical benefits. “To me, this is a money grab,” she said. “It’s not a money grab by the City Council. It’s a money grab by what I see as loads and loads of cash that are going to be streaming through our city with no controls whatsoever.” Mayor Pro Tem Jim Righeimer agreed. “It’s millions and millions of dollars,” he said.
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The herb and medical marijuana dispensary, Breeze Botanicals, has announced the opening of a second location. Owner Brie Malarkey made public the opening of the new store, today, after receiving her license by the Oregon Health Authority. Many people are interested in holistic healing through natural plant medicine and we needed a way to better serve both sides of the valley. Were excited to be in Ashland to serve people to the south, while our Gold Hill location continues to provide access in the north, says Malarkey. The new Ashland store will feature over 40 different herbs, in addition to a large selection of medical marijuana options for various patient needs. We really view ourselves as a compounding dispensary.We work with patients, and medical professionals, to help find the right combination of herbs, potency, and delivery method to help patients address specific symptoms, said Malarkey. As an herbalist Ive always viewed marijuana as a power plant with amazing healing properties, and am honored to work with patients over the age of 18 to help them find relief through herbs. The new store will be located at 1526 Siskiyou Boulevard, in Ashland, OR, and will open on February 16, 2015.
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