Arizona voters have approved medical marijuana for people with chronic or debilitating diseases. This makes Arizona the 15th state to have approved a medical marijuana law.
The Arizona measure will allow patients with diseases including cancer, AIDS, hepatitis C and any other “chronic or debilitating” disease that meets guidelines to grow plants or to buy two and a half ounces of marijuana every two weeks.
The patients must obtain a recommendation from their doctor and register with the Arizona Department of Health Services. The law allows for no more than 124 marijuana dispensaries in the state
Source: NY TIMES