AZ Judge: State Should Consider Parkinson’s Patients for MMJ
The Arizona medical marijuana patient pool – one of the largest in the country – could get even bigger after a judge ruled the state improperly rejected a hearing into whether patients with Parkinson’s Disease should be added to the qualifying list of conditions for MMJ.
According to the Phoenix New Times, Dorinda Lang, an administrative law judge, ruled last month the Arizona Department of Health Services, which oversees the MMJ program, has held would-be MMJ patients to a higher standard than required by law.
The judge wrote the department should have held a hearing because the law merely stipulates
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