Ohio docs might now apply to advocate medical marijuana
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Ohio’s medical board has begun accepting purposes from docs prepared to advocate medical marijuana to sufferers as soon as the state’s program is launched.
The State Medical Board of Ohio says eligible candidates should maintain an lively, unrestricted license as a medical physician or physician of osteopathic drugs.
Successful candidates should full two hours of free persevering with schooling on qualifying medical circumstances, treating these circumstances with medical marijuana and potential drug interactions.
The federal authorities prohibits docs from prescribing medical marijuana. Ohio’s regulation as an alternative permits individuals with one among 21 medical circumstances that embrace most cancers, Alzheimer’s illness and epilepsy, to purchase and use marijuana with a physician’s suggestion. The regulation doesn’t permit for smoking marijuana.
The regulation handed by the Legislature in 2016 requires medical marijuana to develop into out there in September.
Feds: Man threatened to shoot congressman over hashish coverage
VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. (AP) — Authorities say a Virginia man has threatened to shoot his native congressman.
Federal prosecutors stated in a information launch Friday that 69-year-old Wallace Grove Godwin made a threatening assertion to employees at U.S. Rep. Scott Taylor’s Virginia Beach workplace Thursday.
Authorities stated Godwin turned annoyed throughout a dialogue about marijuana coverage.
Godwin allegedly talked about the Republican congressman’s upcoming occasion Saturday and stated he was “going to get my shotgun and do something about this.”
Authorities say Godwin has a hid weapon allow and had beforehand engaged in aggressive interactions with Taylor and his employees.
Godwin faces a cost of threatening to homicide and assault a United States official. It carries a most jail sentence of 10 years.
Andrew Grindrod, a public defender representing Godwin, declined to remark.