We view today’s decision as a small step in the right direction. Under the Compassionate Care Act, we provide seriously-ill patients in New York with third-party tested, extract-only medical cannabis based on recommendations from their physicians.
As a long-time advocate for New York State’s Compassionate Care Act, I was proud to have helped open the door for individuals suffering with debilitating illnesses and conditions to receive medical marijuana. This opportunity included my daughter, Haley.
Vireo Health of New York (“Vireo”), one of five companies licensed by the New York State Department of Health to produce and distribute medical cannabis, has received an outpouring of public support behind their campaign urging Google (NASDAQ – GOOG) to stop rejecting advertisements containing the words “medical cannabis,” and “medical marijuana.”
Let's work together to make 4/20/16 not only a day of celebration but also a day of activism. The struggle for sensible cannabis policy ought not be limited to the halls of Congress or state legislatures but must also extend into corporate board rooms. Corporations must be held accountable for their cannabis policies.
We urge Google to accept advertisements using the words ‘medical cannabis’ and ‘medical marijuana' and stop rejecting advertisements designed for patients with life-threatening and debilitating conditions like cancer, ALS and HIV/AIDS.
State Sen. Diane Savino, a Staten Island Democrat who co-sponsored legislation creating New York’s medical marijuana program, is calling on Google to reconsider its prohibition on advertisements for medical marijuana products.
As the presidential candidates make various stops around New York ahead of the state’s April 19 primary, a medical marijuana company is asking that candidates clarify their positions on medical cannabis.
Vireo Health, knowing perhaps, that three presidential contenders, Trump, Sanders, and Kasich, are in the Capital Region today, is inviting them to visit their medical marijuana facility in nearby Fulton County — and to clarify their positions on medical cannabis. They’ve also contacted Hillary Clinton, who came to the area earlier in the month.
Vireo Health of New York (“Vireo”), one of five companies licensed by the New York State Department of Health to produce and sell medical cannabis, is inviting all five presidential candidates to visit its cultivation and lab facilities at Tryon Technology Park in Fulton County, New York. At the conclusion of the tour, candidates will be asked to make a public statement clarifying their positions on medical cannabis.