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Study: Nearly Half of Medical Cannabis Users Cease Using Opioids for Pain After Twelve Months

Patients authorized to use medical cannabis significantly reduce or eliminate their use of opioids over time, according to longitudinal data published in the Canadian Journal of Anaesthesia.              A team of Canadian investigators assessed self-reported opioid consumption patterns over time …

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Mississippi: Medical Organizations Join Legal Fight to Overturn Election Result Legalizing Medical Cannabis Access

The American Medical Association (AMA) and its state affiliate have filed a joint amicus brief urging the state’s highest court to reject a voter-approved ballot measure legalizing and regulating cannabis access to qualified patients. On Election Day, 73 percent of …

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South Dakota: Republican Governor Officially Backing Litigation to Reject Voter-Approved Marijuana Legalization Initiative

Republican Gov. Kristi Noem is using the power of her office to facilitate litigation that seeks to set aside voters’ approval of Constitutional Amendment A, which legalizes the adult-use marijuana market in South Dakota. Fifty-four percent of voters decided in …

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California: No Uptick in Frequency of Marijuana Use by Young Adults Following Adult-Use Legalization

The enactment of adult-use marijuana legalization in California is not associated with any increase in the frequency of marijuana use by young adults, according to data published in the journal Addictive Behaviors. Researchers affiliated with the University of California at …

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