Ohio Board Of Pharmacy Awards Dispensary Certificate Of Operation In Painesville Township

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OHIO: The State of Ohio Board of Pharmacy today awarded a Dispensary Certificate of Operation to Bloom Medicinals, LLC, located at 382 Blackbrook Rd., Painesville Township. For a list of all Dispensary Certificates of Operation, please click here.

Ohio Board Of Pharmacy Publishes Updated Patient & Caregiver Numbers For April 2019

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OHIO: The State of Ohio Board of Pharmacy today published updated patient & caregiver numbers for April 2019. These numbers include: 34,225 Recommendations 31,075 Registered patients with recommendations 2,386 Patients with Veteran Status 1,216 Patients with Indigent Status 171 Patients with a Terminal Diagnosis 15,339 Unique patients who purchased medical marijuana (as reported to OARRS Read the full article…

Ohio Board Of Pharmacy Awards Dispensary Certificate Of Operation In Warren

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OHIO: The State of Ohio Board of Pharmacy today awarded a Dispensary Certificate of Operation to gLeaf Medical Cannabis, located at 2932 Youngstown Rd. SE, Warren.

Ohio Board Of Pharmacy Awards Three Dispensary Certificates Of Operation

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OHIO: The State of Ohio Board of Pharmacy today awarded three Dispensary Certificates of Operation to the following entities: Terrasana Labs, located at 656 Grandview Ave., Columbus; Terrasana Labs, located at 1800 E. State St., Fremont; and Terrasana Labs, located at 10500 Antenucci Rd., Suite 200, Garfield Heights.

NJ Governor Murphy & Legislative Leadership Announce Agreement On Outlines Of Legalization Of Adult-Use Marijuana

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Agreement Reached on Tax Rate, Regulatory Structure, and Expungement Provisions NEW JERSEY: Governor Phil Murphy, Senate President Steve Sweeney, Assembly Speaker Craig Coughlin, Senator Scutari, and Assemblywoman Quijano today announced an agreement on the broad outlines of legislation to legalize adult-use marijuana in New Jersey. “Legalizing adult-use marijuana is a monumental step to reducing disparities Read the full article…

Oklahoma State Senate Rules Committee Sends Medical Marijuana ‘Unity’ Bill To Full Senate

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Rules committee sends medical marijuana ‘Unity’ bill to full Senate OKLAHOMA: The Senate Rules Committee voted unanimously Tuesday to send the legislation known as the Unity Bill to the full Senate for approval. Sen. Greg McCortney is the chair of the Rules Committee and Senate principal author of House Bill 2612, creating the safety and regulatory framework necessary Read the full article…

Investors That Purchased FSD Pharma Securities May Have An Opportunity To Recover Their Financial Losses.

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CANADA: Morganti & Co., P.C., a cross border shareholder’s rights law firm, has commenced a shareholder class action lawsuit against FSD Pharma Inc. for publishing investor documents containing misrepresentations of material fact about the status of its joint venture with Auxly Cannabis Group Inc. between September 29, 2018, and January 7 or February 6, 2019. The shareholders Read the full article…

Ohio Board Of Pharmacy Awards Dispensary Certificate Of Operation In Coshocton

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OHIO: The State of Ohio Board of Pharmacy today awarded a Dispensary Certificate of Operation to Ohio Cannabis Company, located at 23024 County Road 621, Ste. 1, Coshocton. For a list of all Dispensary Certificates of Operation, please click here.

Ohio Medical Marijuana Sales Figures – February 24, 2019

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OHIO:  The following are program sales totals from 1/16/2019 to 2/24/2019: Total sales: $1,196,959 Total volume of product sold: 159 pounds The Ohio Medical Marijuana Control Program will provide weekly sales figures through April 1st after which a monthly report will be made available. Patient registration information will continue to be reported on a monthly Read the full article…

Arizona: Federal Judge Rules Medical Cannabis Patient’s Firing Violated State Law

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The case is Whitmire v. Walmart Stores Incorporated ARIZONA: A private employer acted improperly when it fired a state-registered medical cannabis patient for failing a urinalysis drug screen, a federal judge ruled last week. United States District Judge James A. Teilborg opined that Walmart violated Arizona law by terminating an employee solely for testing positive for the presence of THC metabolites in her Read the full article…