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Appeals court upholds limits before PTSD patients can access medical marijuana

Appellate Judge Samuel Thumma, writing for the unanimous court, rejected arguments by the Arizona Cannabis Nurses Association that it was illegal for Will Humble, then the director of the agency, to conclude that the only legitimate use of marijuana for PTSD is for “palliative care,” meaning helping to alleviate the symptoms.

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