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Presently, only eight (8) Americans are legally allowed to use marijuana as medicine. Three of those eight patients live in Florida. As a result of winning criminal possession charges with the use of “medical necessity” as a defense in the 1970’s, the government was forced to find a way to provide several people with access to their medicine.

As a result, the Investigational New Drug (IND) program was established. In 1992, in response to a flood of new applications from AIDS patients, members of the Bush administration closed the program to all new applicants. The Clinton administration has has not reopened the program.

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