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  • Parents Tell Legislature: Allow Children To Use Medical Marijuana

    Parents Tell Legislature: Allow Children To Use Medical Marijuana
    HARTFORD — Holden Rupert was a thriving grade-schooler despite having a rare form of epilepsy known as Dravet syndrome. He rode a skateboard, performed on stage and had so many friends in his public school that he was known as the mayor. But at age...
  • For 1 veteran at Tomah, even high doses didn't end the pain

    Like flashes of lightning, sharp pains strike 39-year-old Jason Bishop's left arm several times a day, causing him to writhe in agony. Frustrated by his chronic suffering, Bishop has struggled to find relief at several Department of Veterans Affairs...
  • Dr. Paul Kanev Is A Rare Breed: A Pediatrician And Neurosurgeon

    Dr. Paul Kanev Is A Rare Breed: A Pediatrician And Neurosurgeon
    HARTFORD — He may look like Santa Claus to kids, but Dr. Paul Kanev was cool under fire when Lillian Colon brought her 3-year-old son to the emergency room in May 2003. Little Zachary Colon was unconscious. At the time Kanev was chief of...
  • Aspiring budtenders seek training to run medical marijuana dispensaries

    Aspiring budtenders seek training to run medical marijuana dispensaries
    A thick line of people formed inside a DoubleTree hotel Saturday afternoon, all of them waiting to learn if they had earned the distinction of certified budtender, one of many titles for a person who works behind the counter at a medicinal marijuana...
  • Medical pot OK includes Naperville site

    Medical pot OK includes Naperville site
    Gov. Bruce Rauner this week awarded a medical marijuana license to a Naperville company planning to open two dispensaries. The company, 3C Compassionate Care Center, received the go-ahead to operate a dispensary in Naperville on Quincy Drive and another...
  • Best of Harford 2014 winners

    The results are in! Nearly 8,000 votes determined the winners of 2014’s Best of Harford contest. From preferred personal trainers to choice child care, every category is another reason to love Harford County. Dance Lessons:¬†SwingTime Ballroom...
  • Harford's less common alternative wellness options

    Until recently, Harford County residents interested in alternative approaches to health care had to travel a long way to find such services. But as the county has grown, many of these options have found their way here. Some of these treatments,...
  • Florida bill expands use of medical marijuana

    Florida bill expands use of medical marijuana
    Although a proposed medical marijuana amendment failed in the 2014 election, medical use of the plant could come to Florida as soon as July 1, 2016. That's the date by which Florida would have to begin issuing marijuana patient ID cards under a bill...
  • Locals land most medical marijuana licenses in state

    Locals land most medical marijuana licenses in state
    As medical marijuana gets closer to debuting across Illinois, one of the biggest pot businesses in the state has planted its roots in Oak Park. PharmaCann LLC looks poised to operate four medical marijuana-selling shops and two growing centers spread...
  • Chiropractors lobby against bill ending belief exemptions for vaccines

    Chiropractors lobby against bill ending belief exemptions for vaccines
    Legislation that would do away with personal-belief exemptions for childhood vaccines, filed in response to the recent measles outbreak in California, has quickly emerged as one of this year's most polarizing bills. One interest jumping into the fray:...
  • Tax cuts, testing, even booze make Legislature's agenda

    Tax cuts, testing, even booze make Legislature's agenda
    TALLAHASSEE — Cable and cellphone bills could be trimmed, the cost of textbooks cut and testing in public schools reduced. Water and land policy may be overhauled, medical marijuana legalized and beer and liquor laws loosened. As state lawmakers...