Heavy Interest in North Dakota Medical Marijuana Network
BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) — Nearly 100 groups and businesses in North Dakota have shown interest in producing or dispensing medical marijuana, pleasing state officials who are establishing a network for making the drug available to qualified patients.
The Health Department in June asked those interested in being a part of the system to notify the agency by the end of the month so it could gauge interest. The request drew 97 nonbinding letters of intent, exceeding expectations, according to Kenan Bullinger, director of the department’s medical marijuana division.
“I’m pretty sure we’re going to have the ability to have a dispensary in each part of the state,” he said.
North Dakota voters last November approved medical marijuana, and the Legislature earlier this year crafted regulations that Gov. Doug Burgum approved in April. The North Dakota Compassionate Care Act allows the use of medical marijuana to treat 17 medical conditions, along with terminal illnesses. The Health Department will register two “compassion centers” to grow and process the drug and eight more to dispense it.
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NFL Offers to Study Marijuana as Pain Management Option… Finally
For a very long time, the National Football Players Association (NFLPA) has been pleading with the powerful NFL leadership to lighten up on medical marijuana and allow players to use it for pain relief and conditions stemming from head trauma, which the vast majority of NFL players suffer at some point in their careers.
Finally, it seems the NFL is finally agreeing to at least explore the option of medical marijuana.
The evidence is out there; it’s been a question of the NFL leadership taking science seriously and making the health of their players a priority.
Considering that as recently as this past spring, NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell called weed addictive and unhealthy, this recent news feels like a huge step forward.
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