CO University Gets $1.2M for Marijuana Research is accepting qualified medical marijuana patients and caregivers to join our network. We value every registered member and we hope to serve you in Arizona. This article brought to you by 420 community friends

Colorado State University’s Pueblo campus has secured $1.2 million to establish a research institute focused on medical marijuana, the latest venture to study the health and economic impacts of cannabis.

The money also will be used to establish a peer-reviewed journal, the Colorado Springs Gazette reported.

The string of new research establishments are aimed at filling a void: There’s a dearth of formal research involving marijuana, and additional studies could lead to more doctors prescribing MMJ – a move that could boost sales.

The Pueblo County Board of Commissioners voted unanimously this week to provide CSU-Pueblo with $270,000 of marijuana excise

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