By MEGGIE KESSLER, dailywildcat.com, September 19, 2013
Despite a law legalizing medical marijuana research in state universities on Friday, researchers say they doubt they’ll be able to conduct studies anytime soon.
Because the National Institute on Drug Abuse is the only agency federally approved to grow marijuana and sell it for research purposes, according to […]Continue Reading →
This is the latest list that we have received from the Department of Health Services, of all the state licensed, actual DISPENSARIES that are currently operating in Arizona. We will continue to post any new information we find about the Arizona Medical Marijuana Program as it becomes available.Continue Reading →
Arizona has one of the most up-to-date and tightly regulated Medical Marijuana Programs in the country. The state has learned from the “Wild-West” MMJ states like California & Colorado, and designed a very efficient and tightly regulated industry for “ganjapreneurs” to compete in. Having these strict guidelines to abide by works in favor […]Continue Reading →
ADHS accepts petitions to add a debilitating medical condition to the list of debilitating medical conditions for the Medical Marijuana Program in January and July of each year.
Public Comment Period for January 2012 Petitions
During the month of January 2012, ADHS accepted petitions to add to the list of debilitating medical conditions. Several of […]Continue Reading →
Posted on April 25, 2012 by Reefer Resources
The Arizona Department of Health Services could add more conditions to its list of patients who qualify for medical marijuana. Those conditions include anxiety, depression, PTSD and migraines.
Currently, about 25,000 Arizona patients have qualified for a medical marijuana card.
An expansion in the program could potentially […]Continue Reading →
Arizona Medical Marijuana Program Registry Identification Cardholders (cardholders) must renew their cards annually. There are various steps required to complete the renewal process that Green […]Continue Reading →
SUMMARY: Just over 50 percent of voters (50.13 percent) approved Proposition 203 on November 2, 2010. The law removes state-level criminal penalties on the use and possession of marijuana by patients who have “written certification” from their physician that marijuana may alleviate his or her condition. The law took effect on April 14, 2011. Patients […]Continue Reading →
Last May (after receiving a threatening letter from the Arizona U.S Attorney’s Office) the Governor suspended the dispensary portion of the Arizona Medical Marijuana Act with a genuine concern that state employees would be federally prosecuted. Last year, we asked the federal court to provide us […]Continue Reading →
by John Stanley – Dec. 21, 2011 11:14 AM
The Republic | azcentral.com
Although the status of medical marijuana remains a bit hazy in Arizona, facilities that help people apply for patient cards continue to spring up — including in Gilbert.
The Green Cross Patient Center opened in Gilbert nearly two months ago in […]Continue Reading →
How to get an AZ medical marijuana recommendation.
- 1. Call, or fill out the form below to make an appointment.
- 2. Bring your medical documentation and valid Arizona ID.
- 3. That day, you’ll know if your doctor has recommended you for medical marijuana.
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