Nurses group seeks more approved uses for medical pot

Screen Shot 2015-08-31 at 6.42.48 AMBy Howard Fischer | Capitol Media Services/Arizona Daily Star

If some Arizona nurses get their way, medical marijuana will become available as early as next year to treat everything from arthritis and autism to Tourette’s syndrome and traumatic brain injury.

Members of the Arizona Cannabis Nurses Association are petitioning the Department of Health Services to add those conditions and four more to the list of what qualifies people to use the drug. The voter-approved Arizona Medical Marijuana Act requires the agency to consider the requests.

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