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From drug decriminalization to abortion rights, these measures will affect our work to end the HIV epidemic.
The future of medical marijuana for HIV/AIDS looks hazy.
In an interesting caveat, patients will not be allowed to smoke the drug.
The survey found that 52 percent are in support.
A poll shows that 59 percent of Americans think marijuana legalization should be left up to each individual state government to decide.
The ballot measure passed by voters in Colorado to legalize marijuana took effect Monday, December 10.
The ballot measure passed by voters in Washington State to legalize marijuana took effect Thursday, December 6.
Voters made Colorado and Washington the first states to approve marijuana for recreational use. A similar measure was defeated in Oregon. ...
It is now legal for Delaware residents with certain serious health issues, such as HIV/AIDS, to use medical marijuana
In states where it is legal, medical marijuana helps some HIV-positive people cope with living their lives.
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