Delaware removes barrier to MMJ access for PTSD patients
Delaware’s governor signed a new law to make it easier for those suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) to obtain medical marijuana, a move likely to boost MMJ sales in the state.
Although PTSD was already a qualifying condition in the state, those patients were previously required to get authorization from a psychiatrist before being allowed to purchase medical cannabis, radio station 105.9 FM (WXDE) reported. Senate Bill 24 – which Gov. John Carney signed this week – eliminates that requirement.
The change could be a significant development for the state’s two operational dispensaries, since there
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