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Maryland Morning
9:00 am
Fri April 11, 2014

When Will You Be Able To Get Medical Marijuana In Maryland?

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Sheilah Kast talks about medical marijuana with Delegate Cheryl Glenn, Maryland Medical Marijuana Commission Chair Paul Davies, and pharmacology researcher Ryan Vandrey.
Twenty states and the District of Columbia, have medical marijuana programs. Patients can either buy or grow marijuana for things like pain relief. The General Assembly took a first, cautious stab at creating a medical marijuana program last year. Marijuana was to be made available through academic medical centers. But, none of the centers in Maryland signed up to participate. Legislators decided this past session to allow certified doctors to write prescriptions for medical marijuana that can be bought from licensed growers and dispensaries.
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Maryland Morning
12:31 pm
Mon February 3, 2014

Should Maryland Establish a Special Court for Veterans?

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This morning, we examine the priorities of the Maryland Veterans Caucus. Maryland is home to just under 500,000 veterans, and for insight into the issues they’re facing, Tom Hall talks with State Senator Douglas Peters.

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