Jamaica, Uruguay, Canada, Germany and now…Macedonia?
You can add the little Eastern European nation to the growing list of country’s with legal medical marijuana. Last weekend, the nation’s Health Minister Nikola Todorov announced the country’s plan to legalize medical marijuana.
Todorov said that the medicine will become available to patients by the end of this May thanks to amendments on the nation’s “Law on Control of Drugs and Psychotropic Substances.” Macedonians with chronic illnesses like MS, HIV, and epilepsy (commonly treated with cannabis) will qualify for the medical marijuana.
If a country like Macedonia is progressive enough to legalize medical marijuana on a federal level…you’d think America would be able to get it done.