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Massachusetts is one of the more than twenty US statesMassachusetts is one of the more than twenty US states that have already legalized the use of medical marijuana. It passed its medical marijuana bill just last year so as to help sick people. To be able to qualify for the medical marijuana program in Massachusetts have to secure a valid medical marijuana identification card. Patients need to have a doctor's written certification so that they can be allowed to use medical marijuana ...
Is it legal to use medical cannabis in Massachusetts? Yes, certain people are allowed to use cannabis for medical reasons in Massachusetts. They can be patients suffering from approved medical conditions, caregivers, physicians, and other medical professionals. When was medical cannabis legalized in the state? Massachusetts approved the medical cannabis ballot on November 6, 2012, after getting 63% of the votes. It then implemented the law on January 1, 2013.What medical conditions are ...
When the 105 CMR 725.000: Implementation of an Act for the Humanitarian Medical Use of Marijuana began in Massachusetts, patients who used to be suffering from chronic pain saw a glimpse of hope as they can now use medical marijuana as alternative medicine. The act means that qualifying marijuana patients won’t get arrested or penalized even if they use medical marijuana.  How to apply as a qualifying marijuana patient in Massachusetts? If you have a medical condition that ...