The state of Minnesota has opened public comments for new medical marijuana qualifying conditions and is considering adding anxiety, sickle cell disease, and tic disorder to its list.

A Medical Cannabis Review Panel will consider all public comments, as well as scientific reviews, and report to the Commissioner of Health by November.

Health Commissioner Jan Malcolm will then accept or deny the petitions by Dec. 1.
To add your comments, submit them by email to the Office of Medical Cannabis at health.cannabis.addmedicalcondition@state.mn.us, or mailed to this address:

Office of Medical Cannabis
P.O. Box 64882
St. Paul, MN 55164-0882

Comments must be submitted by Friday, Oct. 16.

The state’s Medical Cannabis Program already has over a dozen qualifying conditions, including certain types of cancer, glaucoma, HIV/AIDS, intractable pain, and others.

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