Appeals Court upholds state limits on marijuana for PTSD

The lawsuit stems from the 2010 voter-approved Arizona Medical Marijuana Act. It specifically allowed the use of the drug by patients suffering from a list of specific medical conditions like glaucoma, AIDS and any chronic or debilitating condition that leads to severe and chronic pain.
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The lawsuit stems from the 2010 voter-approved Arizona Medical Marijuana Act. It specifically allowed the use of the drug by patients suffering from a list of specific medical conditions like glaucoma, AIDS and any chronic or debilitating condition that leads to severe and chronic pain.

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