September 2012

[Judge] Lovell wrote that it was unfortunate the Flor had not yet been transferred to an appropriate medical facility but that the concerns detailed in the motion were “not factually or legally significant.” The Marshals Service picked him up a week ago to transport him to an undisclosed medical prison. Flor died on Wednesday after […]

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Frankfort — Senator Perry B. Clark (D-Louisville) has pre-filed legislation for the 2013 legislative session that would add Kentucky to the growing list of states that allow patients whose doctors have recommended it to use medicalmarijuana to treat multiple sclerosis, HIV/AIDS, cancer, and other serious medical conditions. The bill would also establish a network of state-regulated […]

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A coalition of conservative groups is asking the Arkansas Supreme Court to strike a medical marijuana proposal from the November ballot. The Coalition to Preserve Arkansas Values asked justices Friday to either remove the proposed initiated act from the ballot or to order the state to not count any votes for the measure. Election officials […]

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