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New Medical Marijuana Laws Create Gray Area

With states like Georgia passing legislation to allow limited access to cannabis extracts, many legal issues are being created. What ...
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Georgia Medical Marijuana Law Still Puts Patients and Caregivers in Jeopardy

  From Cannablog.net - Editor’s note: We love social media! After posting this story, Atlanta attorney David West reached out ...
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First Slice 2/26/13: Gov. Deal to oust six DeKalb County school board members

Gov. Nathan Deal suspended six DeKalb County school board members yesterday and said that the ongoing uproar was a "matter of grave concern." He had originally planned to discuss the fate of the board last Thursday, but postponed his remarks after a Georgia Board of Education hearing went on for 14 excruciating hours. The school board members' pending lawsuit, which challenges a 2011 law giving the governor authority to remove them, will head to court later this week and could delay the final decision.

Gov. Deal Appoints Members of the Georgia Commission on Medical Cannabis

Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal has announced his appointments to the Georgia Commission on Medical Cannabis. The commission created by House ...
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Marijuana: Topic of Georgia Sen. Curt Thompson’s Citizen Advisory Forum

Georgia C.A.R.E. Project director James Bell and N.O.R.M.L. leader Sharon Ravert will be guest speakers for the May Citizen Advisory ...
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Georgia Medical Marijuana Registry – How to get a medical marijuana card

Coming soon, some Georgians will be able to get a medical marijuana card that will allow the possession of 5% ...
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Athens Human Rights Festival – Marijuana is a Human Right

  Georgia C.A.R.E. Project director James Bell will be speaking this Saturday at the 37th Annual Athens Human Rights Festival ...
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