Emerald Ash Borer: State Officials Reported Friday That Greene And Wayne Counties Have Been Added To The Locations In Iowa With Confirmed Presence Of The Emerald Ash Borer, An Exotic Species Of Beetle That Attacks And Decimates Ash Trees.

states are assigned letter grades based on how well their medical cannabis program meets the needs of patients. Each state is graded according to a rubric of patient’s rights, legal constraints and overall accessibility to medical cannabis. Iowa’s 2014 law, which is set to expire in July, allows licensed neurologists to certify patients with intractable epilepsy to use cannabidiol products with 3 percent or less THC content. The law does not allow other types of physicians to write qualifying recommendations, nor does it allow for patients with any other conditions to obtain legal protections. Qualifying patients must obtain a state registry ID card, which became available in 2015, in order to receive legal protection; qualifying patients may designate a caregiver to assist them. According to the report, Iowa’s decision to create legal protections for patients with seizure disorders was a positive first step for Iowa, but the group says the Legislature “needs to pass comprehensive medical cannabis legislation in order to best serve the state’s patient population.” According to the report, “states such as Alabama, Georgia, Iowa, Kentucky, Mississippi, Missouri, North Carolina, South Carolina, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Utah, Texas, Wisconsin and Wyoming are among the lowest ranking, while Arkansas, Florida, Michigan, Montana, Ohio and Pennsylvania have shown the greatest improvement over 2015 laws. Despite the positive trend, no state falls within the “A” range.” To read the report, go to this story at qctimes.com/iowa . EMERALD ASH BORER: State officials reported http://michiganmedicalmarijuana.biz/ Friday that Greene and Wayne counties have been added to the locations in Iowa with confirmed presence of the emerald ash borer, an exotic species of beetle that attacks and decimates ash trees. That brings to 43 the number of infested counties in Iowa. According to officials in the Iowa Department of Agriculture and Land Stewardship, both recent detections occurred in rural areas.

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