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Soon it might be much easier to purchase your medical marijuana in Tempe. Via AZCentral “Eighteen-year-olds could soon be allowed in Tempe medical-marijuana dispensaries, and stores may be allowed to lengthen their hours. The changes would be part of a series of tweaks the city could make to its medical-marijuana rules. Dispensary operator Steve White is asking the city for......
As the article says, this ruling is a defeat for prosecutors trying to charge MMJ patients with DUI. Via AZDailySun: “People with marijuana in their system can escape drugged-driving charges if they can show they weren’t “high” enough to be impaired, the Arizona Supreme Court ruled this morning. The justices rejected a claim by two......
This time of year we always like to give back to the community that has given us so much support over the years. For the entire month of December, if you bring in 3 cans of food you will receive $50 off the Marijuana Doctor! Call us today to schedule an appointment. Remember, if you......
Rep. Kelly Townsend, R-Mesa, and Rep. Jay Lawrence, R-Scottsdale have both started pushing to make it more difficult to obtain medical marijuana for certain groups. Here’s the kicker, it may be illegal since the medical marijuana law was put in place by voters not the legislature. Via Tucson.com: “The Arizona Constitution spells out that voter-approved measures can......
Arizona lawmakers are trying to take power away from the voters with the proposed ‘voter underminer bill‘, HCR 2043. A house panel voted on it just this past Monday. As it currently stands, once an initiative has been adopted by voters, lawmakers are only able to alter it if it ‘furthers the purpose’ of the......
If you’re a veteran suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and reside in Arizona or Colorado, you’ll soon have the chance to take part in a medical marijuana study being conducted by California-based Multidisciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies (MAPS). The approval “marks the first time a clinical trial intended to develop smoked botanical marijuana into a legal......