Federal Bill Would Prevent College Kids With Drug Convictions From Losing Financial Aid

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A group of bipartisan lawmakers emerged this week with a piece of legislation intended to repeal the law that has crippled so many students from furthering their education because a drug offense disqualified them from financial aid.

First Six months of Minnesota’s Medical Marijuana Program Bring Wonders, Worries

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Medical marijuana is no miracle cure. The Hauser family knew that before they gave their toddler his first dose. Wyatt Hauser of Woodbury was the first patient to be enrolled in Minnesota’s medical cannabis program last summer. While the fledgling industry struggled with low enrollment, high prices and a skeptical medical community, the 3-year-old swallowed cannabis oil mixed with applesauce three times a day as his parents waited to see if the treatment would help…

Medical Marijuana Startup Vireo Raising $31.5M to Expand into More States

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Original Source: MedicalJane.com Nanette PorterJanuary 27, 2016 Medical marijuana venture Vireo Health is seeking $31.5 million in equity financing as it prepares to expand into more states. According to CEO Dr. Kyle Kingsley, the Minneapolis-based parent company of Minnesota Medical Solutions (MinnMed) is close to reeling in $6 million of