The statute allows qualified patients to possess up to 3 ounces of marijuana from a state licensed compassionate care center or a personally grown supply. Marijuana or marijuana products for qualifying patients will be dispensed at compassionate care centers, by a qualified caregiver, or through a home cultivated supply. Caregivers may assist with a patients use of marijuana if they are at least 21 years old and have no felony offenses. Caregivers are limited to assisting five patients. North Dakotas Department of Health will issue ID cards to patients and caregivers, and regulate the compassionate care centers. An interesting portion of the statute allows qualifying patients to grow their own marijuana if they do not live within 40 miles of a compassionate care center. In North Dakota, with its significant rural population, it seems likely that many patients would live outside a 40 mile radius. The statute allows those qualified patients to cultivate up to 8 marijuana plants, so long as it is not within 1,000 feet of a public school. Law enforcement must be notified about cultivating marijuana for home use and the Department of Health may inspect the cultivating operation with 24 hours notice.
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The young boy had Thank You lost both his hands and legs after suffering an infection when he was a toddler. Today, a year and a half after he became the world’s first child to have a double hand transplant, he says he’s a new person. Enjoyed reading this NBC News has followed Zion’s story each step of the way from his surgery to recovery. All the grueling therapy has paid off, his mother Pattie told NBC News. “It’s like a fairy tale for me,” said Pattie. “My son got hands, and I’m the richest woman in the world now.” Post by NBC News . Zion’s surgeon, Dr. Scott Levin, chairman of Orthopedic Surgery at the University of Pennsylvania and director of the Hand Transplant Program, said Zion’s nerves have now grown into the transplant part of his hands. “Even those fine muscles that are responsible for fine motor movements are now functioning,” Dr. Levin told NBC News. It has been a whirlwind year in the spotlight for 9-year-old Zion.
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