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How the Nation's Oldest Medical Marijuana Law Could Be Affected by Proposition 64

If Proposition 64 passes this November, California will bid adieu to the nation’s oldest medical marijuana law. Enacted in 1996, Proposition 215, or the Compassionate Use Act, created looser restrictions on cannabis use across the state. Chris Conrad is a cannabis authority who has worked as an expert witness in...
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