Catalonia set to legalize medical marijuana

Will help the region to crack down on its booming cannabis club scene
27 August 2014
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Catalonia is drawing up rules to allow the use of marijuana for the treatment of patients suffering from conditions with symptoms such as pain and loss of appetite, the region's health minister Boi Ruiz has said. The move would open the way for the drug to be prescribed to cancer and AIDS patients, among others. The plan was partly designed to stop Barcelona's increasingly popular cannabis clubs from controlling the supply of medical marijuana, Ruiz said.

The Local (Spain)
Thursday, August 28, 2014