Marijuana at the Inyo Fine Cannabis Dispensary in Las Vegas, Sept. 30, 2015. Image: Jason Ogulnik, Las Vegas Review-Journal
Eric Hartley ~ Las Vegas Review-Journal ~
 
Among the more than 11,000 people with state-issued patient cards are the very young and very old. They include people living with cancer, HIV, seizures, glaucoma or other conditions.
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Newly released statistics provide the first detailed look at who uses medical marijuana — and why. The numbers are public thanks to recent legislation that relaxed a state confidentiality law.
 
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