Back to: News
February 24, 2013
Follow News

Lawmakers told medical marijuana law should mandate a way to get it

Nevada isn’t meeting the intent of a constitutional amendment allowing medical marijuana because there isn’t a legal way for patients to get the drug, members of the Senate Judiciary Committee were told Friday.In Nevada, a patient suffering from chronic conditions such as glaucoma, multiple sclerosis or others can get a doctor’s certificate qualifying them to register and use marijuana to relieve their symptoms.Lawyer Gary Modaferri said a case involving to two men accused of illegally providing the drug to patients through a co-op is now before the Nevada Supreme Court after Clark County District Judge Donald Mosley threw out the …

Explore Related Articles

Trending in: News

The Nevada Appeal Updated Feb 24, 2013 04:14AM Published Feb 24, 2013 04:14AM Copyright 2013 The Nevada Appeal. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.