DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES The following states have a medical marijuana program.
All other states do not.
For additional information, visit the state department of health’s website.
DELAWARE DEPARTMENTS OF HEARTS AND CHAPELS DELAWARTS MEDICAL MARIJUANA PROGRAM The following hospitals have medical marijuana programs.
All others do not: *State-owned hospitals, including the University of Delaware Hospital in Wilmington, are permitted to receive marijuana from marijuana-growing operations and dispensaries.
*Pleas to receive cannabis from a marijuana-grow operation or dispensary are not required by state law.
*Non-profit hospitals, as well as medical clinics, that do not have their own medical marijuana dispensaries, must be able to accept cannabis-growing and dispensary-accepting patients.
*Health departments and colleges may accept patients with medical marijuana, but they must also allow patients to cultivate their own cannabis.
For more information, go to: http://www.health.state.delaware.us/Health-Department/Medicaid/Health_Department_Policies/medical-marijuana-programs/Cannabis-Grown-In-State.aspx *All other state-owned facilities must be authorized to accept patients.
For example, Delaware’s Department of Health and Human Services must be allowed to accept medical marijuana patients.
FOR MORE INFORMATION ON MEDICARE COVERAGE, CALL 1-800-222-1422.
*DEPARTMENT of HEARTHS AND CHAPS The following state-funded programs have medical cannabis programs: *The University of Colorado Medical Center is authorized to administer cannabis oil, edible, and topical products.
*The Delaware State Hospital in Fort Lee, a nonprofit hospital operated by the Department of Public Health and Mental Hygiene, has a program for patients with epilepsy.
For information on how to access cannabis oil at the hospital, go here: http: //www.delavancethehospital.com/public-health-medicare/medical_marijuana.htm *The State of Delaware Department of Mental Health is authorized in Delaware to provide medical cannabis for patients diagnosed with a severe or terminal condition.
For further information, call 1-866-420-7777.
*MONDAY MORNING DEPARTMNT, MONDAY, 2:30 p.m.
*New Jersey State Police troopers are searching for a suspect wanted in the death of a man who was killed after he was pulled over for a broken taillight.
The incident happened on Friday, Nov. 2, 2017 at a gas station near Princeton, NJ.
The driver, who had a warrant out for his arrest, failed to provide the officer with his driver’s license number.
He was pulled for a license plate tag that was not on his vehicle.
As the officer was conducting the check, the man’s vehicle sped up, hitting the gas and the trooper who was driving stopped the vehicle.
A struggle ensued, and the officer opened fire, striking the suspect.
The trooper was not injured.
The suspect was taken to a local hospital and later died.
NEW JERSEY, NEW YORK STATE, NEW JERSEYS STATE BUDGET NEW JERUSALEM (AP) Israel’s budget for 2017-18 will be $1.3 trillion.
That is the highest budget since 2011-12, and $1 trillion more than the previous record.
The Israeli economy grew by 5.5 percent last year, and its debt to GDP ratio is also the highest since 2009-10.
But in a country where inflation is at an all-time high and the unemployment rate is high, there is much less room for the government to borrow money.
The government’s fiscal situation is in a bad spot, and there is concern that it will run out of money in the next two years.
A new study by the Knesset Finance Committee says the Israeli government is currently facing a $5.4 trillion deficit.
The deficit is expected to reach $10 trillion by the end of 2019-20, according to the Kerem Shalom government budget website.
Israel’s debt to Gross Domestic Product (GDP) stood at $24 trillion at the end the first quarter of 2020.
That’s a record high.
Israel is also facing a huge amount of debt, and Israel’s economy is expected hit with the biggest recession since World War II, when unemployment reached 30 percent.
The Keremer Shalom budget website notes that Israel’s GDP contracted by 1.7 percent in the second quarter of last year and the GDP deficit is projected to reach 8 percent by the third quarter of 2019.
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