Health & Science

Mass. High Court Rejects Medical Cannabis Insurance

By Willis Jacobson
Oct 29, 2020
OAKLAND, CA - JANUARY 16: A worker looks through a bag of marijuana that will be used to make marijuana infused chocolate edibles at Kiva Confections on January 16, 2018 in Oakland, California. Less than one month after recreational marijuana sales became legal in California, dispensaries are reporting a shortage in pot edibles. The number of manufacturers in the state has been reduced by nearly two thirds due to new regulations and state approved potency levels. (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)
The Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court ruled this week that insurance companies are not obligated to reimburse injured employees for MED expenses. It’s the latest ruling on medical cannabis insurance, an issue that lawmakers are grappling with in several states.Daniel Wright...

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