IMPACT Nets $10,000 Grant for Marijuana Research From the Drug Policy Alliance

October 6, 2016 Kate Simmons

Scientists are coming out of the woodwork in support of medical marijuana — and the Drug Policy Alliance is standing by them, putting its money where their mouths are. To support marijuana research, the Denver-based IMPACT Network recently started a program called Scientists for Legalization. Twenty-five scientists have joined so far, and they’re asking the government to [...]

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