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The History of Marijuana in South Carolina

SOUTH CAROLINA MEDICAL MARIJUANA

According to a Winthrop University poll, seventy eight percent of South Carolinians support legalizing marijuana for medical purposes.

The poll surveyed 694 South Carolinians from Sept. 18-26. The margin of error is 3.7 percentage points. Poll respondents were asked the following questions on legalizing marijuana:

Q: Do you feel that marijuana should, or should not, be legalized for medical purposes?

Should: 78 percent

Should not: 16 percent

Not sure or refused: 7 percent

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South Carolina’s Compassionate Care Alliance

On January 10, Sen. Tom Davis and Rep. Peter McCoy introduced The South Carolina Compassionate Care Act, which would allow qualifying patients with debilitating medical conditions and a recommendation from their physician to use and safely access medical cannabis. The Department of Health and Environmental Control would regulate and license cultivation centers, processing facilities, dispensaries, and independent testing laboratories. The department will also issue registration cards to qualifying patients and their caregivers.

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SCCCA Launches Campaign for Compassion Tour

Campaign for Compassion Educational Tour SC Compassionate Care Alliance will be launching it’s Campaign for Compassion Tour starting Sunday, September 9th at the Aiken County Historical Museum.  The goal of[…]

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The​ ​Second​ ​Amendment​ ​and​ ​Medical​ ​Cannabis​ ​Patients

In a 1755 letter to the Pennsylvania General Assembly Ben Franklin wrote  “those who would give up essential liberty to purchase a little temporary safety, deserve neither liberty nor safety.”[…]

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My Name Is John Doe: Rheumatoid Arthritis and Cannabis

My Life as a Guinea Pig Arthritis and Cannabis. My name is John Doe ( used to protect my family).  I am 36 years old and I live in South[…]

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