In just a few weeks, medical marijuana will legally be sold in Texas.
The plants are nearly finished growing in South-Central Texas, which means workers will soon harvest and cultivate them, drying them out and preparing to extract low-level cannibidiol (CBD).
The majority of states in the U.S. now allow for some form of medical marijuana. Each state has different guidelines and rules. In particular, qualifying health conditions for medical marijuana…
The use of medical marijuana became legal under the Edward O. Hawkins and Thomas C. Slater Medical Marijuana Act on January 3, 2006. It was amended June 1, 2007. The program is administered by the Rhode Island Medical Marijuana Program.