Michigan Rejects Use of Medical Marijuana For Autism

(Photo: Ryan Garza, Detroit Free Press)


DETROIT — Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder’s top state regulator Thursday rejected a state panel’s advice to allow medical marijuana as a treatment for autism.  The decision followed three years of efforts by parents of autistic children, their lawyers and supporters to have Michigan become the first state to specify that marijuana could be used to treat autism.


Source: Michigan rejects use of medical marijuana for autism | USA Today | Story | News | Nation

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