Marijuana Minute Mar 26, 2015: Feds Grow Weed in Mississippi, Georgia Legalizes Medical MJ

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In a recent article in the Huffington Post the Federal Government announced on Monday it is set up to spend millions of dollars on research through the University of Mississippi. This University is the only place that houses a federally legal cannabis garden in the United States. This is a renewal of an existing 40 year old contract between Ole Miss and the feds that is worth a maximum of 68.7 million over the next five years. However, critics say that federal research navigates more toward the negative affects rather than the medical advantages. A number of studies outside of Ole Miss have shown the medical and health potential of cannabis. Such as purified strains may attack some forms of aggressive cancer, it may allow for better blood sugar control, or help slow the spread of HIV. In fact, one study revealed that legalization of the plant for medical needs might even lead to lower suicide rates.

Also,according to WXIA-TV, Governor Nathan Deal of Georgia will sign a bill legalizing the use of medical Marijuana after the House overwhelmingly passed the bill on Wednesday. It looks like the sticky humidity won’t be the only thing fogging up the windows in the dirty south.

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