Sunday, July 12, 2020

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Less Than 0.01% Of Texas Patients Have Been Prescribed Medical Marijuana

Of the estimated 150,000 people the medicine could help, only 574 patients have been issued prescriptions.

Stop Smoking Marijuana In Drive-Thru, Demands Mississippi Sonic

You might expect this story to happen in a state with legalized recreational marijuana like California or Colorado. But no.

This 6-Year-Old Girl Is First Patient To Receive Medical Marijuana In Texas

A small act of history occurred this week in Texas as the state had its first legal marijuana purchase. The customer? A six-year-old girl from central Texas, whose name is being withheld for privacy purposes.

Texas Marijuana Program Leaving Many Behind, Including Children

Back in 2015 Texas approved the Compassionate Use Act, which authorized the usage of CBD oil for patients with intractable epilepsy.

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PSA: Don’t Drive High Even When Chased By An Ax Murderer

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