Connecticut Senate engages in long debate over medical marijuana – Boston Herald

Posted on: May 6th, 2012 by admin No Comments

By Daniela Altimari  / The Hartford Courant Sunday, May 6, 2012 – Added 2 minutes ago H ARTFORD, Conn.-The Connecticut Senate was locked in a marathon debate late Friday on a bill to legalize and regulate the medical use of marijuana.

Medical Marijuana Bill On Track To Become Law Oct. 1 – MENAFN.COM

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Medical Marijuana Bill On Track To Become Law Oct. 1 HARTFORD, May 06, 2012 (The Hartford Courant – McClatchy-Tribune Information Services via COMTEX) — Connecticut is poised to become the 17th state to permit the use of marijuana for medicinal purposes following a 21-13 vote in the Senate early Saturday after nearly 10 hours of often-passionate debate. Sixteen other states and the District of Columbia have passed laws allowing for medical marijuana.

Senate passes medical marijuana bill – Ct Post

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By Ken Dixon HARTFORD — Nearly 10 hours and seven failed amendments after Sen. Antonietta Boucher started her final attempt to stop the bill, the Senate early Saturday voted 21-13 to allow the use of marijuana by the seriously ill

Medical Marijuana Bill On Track To Become Law Oct. 1 – Hartford Courant

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HARTFORD — Connecticut is poised to become the 17 t h state to permit the use of marijuana for medicinal purposes following a 21-13 vote in the Senate early Saturday after nearly 10 hours of often-passionate debate.

Debating medical marijuana – Ct Post

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By Ken Dixon HARTFORD — Nearly 10 hours and seven failed amendments after Sen. Antonietta Boucher started her final attempt to stop the bill, the Senate early Saturday voted 21-13 to allow the use of marijuana by the seriously ill. The final vote at about 2:30 a.m.

Senate debates medical marijuana bill late into the night – TheDay.com

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Hartford — Senate debate stretched late into the night Friday on legislation that would legalize marijuana in Connecticut for medical purposes. The bill, which last week passed in the House on a vote of 96 to 51 and has support from the governor, permits only pharmacists to dispense marijuana from a set number of approved “dispensaries,” and only licensed, in-state producers to grow it. Only adult patients who suffer from one of a dozen specific debilitating conditions would be eligible to obtain the drug

Marathon Debate In Senate On Medical Marijuana Bill – Hartford Courant

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The Connecticut Senate was locked in a marathon debate late Friday on a bill to legalize and regulate the medical use of marijuana.

Friday’s Scoop: Medical Marijuana, Awareness Film Festival and Constructing … – Patch.com

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Greetings and welcome to City Scoop. Today is Friday, May 4, the 125 th day of 2012

Medical Marijuana Collectives: Apparently a High Priority – Patch.com

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A few questions are bouncing around Novato about medical marijuana collectives. * If there’s a local moratorium on them, as per a city ordinance updated last year, why were they allowed to open in the first place? * Why did the feds shut one of them down and not the other last week

Marijuana DUI Bill Clears Big Colorado Hurdle – KMGH Denver

Posted on: May 2nd, 2012 by admin No Comments

DENVER — A marijuana blood standard for drivers appears headed for approval in Colorado — thanks to a single vote change from a Republican senator. Sen. Nancy Spence of Centennial voted Tuesday in favor of the plan to consider drivers impaired if they test positive for 5 nanograms or more of THC, the psychoactive ingredient in marijuana, per milliliter of blood

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