A state official has rejected a recommendation to add severe autism to the list of conditions that qualify for medical marijuana in Michigan.
“Weed, finally having its moment of justice in an increasing number of states all across the country, is serious business.”
Michigan would become the first state to allow medical marijuana for children with severe autism if a senior official follows the recommendation made Friday by an advisory panel.
Supporters say oil extracted from marijuana has been effective in controlling severe physical behavior by kids with autism.
The panel’s job is to make a recommendation in favor or against adding autism to the list of conditions, such as cancer, glaucoma, HIV and hepatitis C.
Bella is one of about 150 children in the state of Michigan approved for medical marijuana use.
A woman and two young men are facing felony charges after being accused of running an illegal marijuana dispensary in Canton.
Sticky notes could save a woman from drug charges in Oakland County.
“When we tell our story people say, ‘That doesn’t happen. That doesn’t happen in America, they can’t take your stuff without charging you.”‘
Detroit police are trying to figure out if any drugs are missing after someone smashed a van into a medical marijuana dispensary.