ARIZONA CANNABIS NURSES ASSOCIATION FIGHTS ON AGAINST THE ARIZONA DEPARMENT OF HEALTH’S DISCRIMINATORY POLICY AGAINST U.S. VETERANS AND OTHERS WHO USE MEDICAL CANNABIS FOR POST-TRAUMATIC STRESS DISORDER (PTSD): ARIZONA COURT OF APPEALS TO HEAR CASE ON JANUARY 25 TH IN PHOENIX.
The Arizona Cannabis Nurses Association is pleased to announce our recent legal victory in the quest to recognize Parkinson’s Disease as a qualifying condition under the Arizona Medical Marijuana Act.
The Honorable Judge Lang wrote the following in her DECISION regarding the AZ Department of Health denying AZCNA a public hearing on Parkinson’s Disease.
“After appealing the refusal of the Arizona Department of Health Services to set its petition for public hearing, the Arizona Cannabis Nurses Association has established that the Department erred in issuing its denial. The applicable law does not allow the Department to consider safety of marijuana, nor does it require petitioners to prove its safety, and does not allow the Department to apply any standard of proof other than to determine whether any evidence was provided to address whether the proposed condition is debilitating and whether marijuana treats the condition or provides a therapeutic or palliative benefit to them. Because the petition at issue contained the required type of evidence, the matter is appropriate to set for public hearing.”
We look forward to seeing and hearing from you at the public hearing (TBA) as we stand together in unity for patients and the human right to choose Cannabis medicine.
What can I do to help?
Please donate to support the Arizona Cannabis Nurses Association.
Read the article posted on azfamily.com about the AZCNA appealing denial of Parkinson’s as qualifying condition for medical marijuana.
Read the article posted on phoenixnewtimes.com about how the state of Arizona is trying to block the addition of serious diseases like Parkinson’s – and spending a lot of money to do it.
Read the article posted on tusconweekly.com about the Arizona Cannabis Nurse’s Association petition to add new medical conditions to the AMMA and how the state is failing to meet the requirements to allow new medical conditions.