Title

"City" piece on state law enforcement officials who are worried that a proposal

Source

Casco Bay Weekly

Date

4-27-2000

Pages

6-7

Abstract

"City" piece on state law enforcement officials who are worried that a proposal to implement the state's medical marijuana law by distributing pot seized by police to sick people could cost Maine millions of dollars in federal grants that fund services for drug and domestic violence prevention programs. But Cumberland County sheriff Mark Dion insists the state still must come up with a plan to allow people undergoing chemotherapy, suffering from glaucoma or experiencing the side effects of medication to treat AIDS to obtain marijuana legally, since Maine voters approved such a program in referendum last year.

Subjects

Marijuana

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