Medical marijuana

Does medical marijuana availability lead to cost savings for Medicare and Medicaid? A new study says yes. W. David Bradford and his daughter Ashley, both researchers at the University of Georgia, found that in government-funded insurance prescriptions for certain drugs, like opiates, dropped significantly in states that adopted a medical marijuana law. He said patients seem to respond to the availability of cannabis and then programs like Medicaid and Medicare save a lot of money.

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