Medical marijuana has been approved for three new medical conditions, while two others were rejected, Consumer Protection Commissioner Michelle H. Seagull announced Friday. Seagull said in a press release that she had followed the Consumer Protection Department’s Board of Physicians’ recommendations to add hydrocephalus with intractable headache, intractable migraines and … [Read more...] about Medical marijuana approved for 3 additional medical conditions in Connecticut
Via Westport Now, it's great to see more dispensaries opening up for patients. Don't forget to download the Dabbin Dad app and carry the strain list with you when you go: Westport’s Planning and Zoning Commission (P&Z) tonight unanimously approved its own text amendment allowing no more than two medical marijuana dispensaries in commercial districts. Commissioners … [Read more...] about In The News – Medical Marijuana Dispensary Decision Made in Westport
Could Connecticut medical marijuana follow suit? Moving to address complaints about New York’s new medical marijuana program, the state’s Health Department is making substantial changes to expand access to the drug, including allowing home delivery, quite likely by the end of September. The program, which saw its first dispensaries open in January, has struggled to gain … [Read more...] about In The News – In Expansion, New York’s Medical Marijuana Program Will Offer Home Delivery
This is pretty big news for the MMP community. The state announced three location for new medical marijuana dispensaries. According to the Connecticut Department of Consumer Protection Commissioner Jonathan A. Harris, the new dispensaries are: … [Read more...] about Three New Medical Marijuana Dispensaries soon in CT!
What do our readers in Ridgefield, CT think about this? Lets us know in the comments. Via Newstimes - The Planning and Zoning Commission banned medical marijuana dispensaries and production facilities from town, replacing a two-year moratorium with a more permanent solution. Officials were debating whether to allow dispensaries since the first moratorium was … [Read more...] about Ridgefield, Connecticut says no to medical marijuana
Thomas Shultz is interested in the science behind medical marijuana. An owner of a growing facility in Portland, he has applied to open a dispensary in New Haven or Milford and to study cannabis’ effects on the brain. “We’re interested in the opportunity for research as to the impact of the medicine on patients that having a center like that would allow us,” he said. “We … [Read more...] about Owner of medical marijuana growing facility in Portland targets Greater New Haven for new dispensary