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No card needed for visitors, new residents to use medical marijuana (access required)

Arizona Court of Appeals ruling upholds superior court decision

Out-of-state visitors and new residents may possess and use medical marijuana if recommended by a physician under another state’s laws, the Arizona Court of Appeals ruled.

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