The first legal medical marijuana purchase in the District of Columbia in more than seven decades took place Monday evening.
The first legal, medical marijuana purchase for $250 in D.C. took place Monday evening.
The D.C. Department of Health hopes the city’s medical marijuana program will be up and running by the end of June, and District residents have been able to submit applications to take part since the beginning of June.
District residents may now submit applications to take part in a long-awaited medical marijuana program, but they need to be prepared to pay the fees associated with it.
Increased use of medical marijuana may lead to more young children getting sick from accidentally eating food made with the drug, a Colorado study suggests.
Opponents of capital punishment marked a milestone Thursday as Maryland became the first state south of the Mason-Dixon line to abolish the death penalty in nearly 50 years, joining only West Virginia.
Maryland will become the 19th state to approve a medical marijuana program, but it’s unclear when one will be up and running.
The Maryland General Assembly on Monday approved allowing medical marijuana programs at research centers that choose to participate.
Medical marijuana and a measure addressing legal responsibilities related to dog bites are some of the remaining issues before Maryland lawmakers on the last day of the legislative session.
Senate President Thomas V. Mike Miller says he believes a medical marijuana measure passed by the House of Delegates will move favorably in the Senate.