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A poll of nearly 600 EMS1 readers found that a stunning majority are in favor of providers being able to use medical marijuana if their state allows
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In this episode of Inside EMS, our co-hosts welcome attorney David C. Holland to talk from a legal perspective about the use of medical marijuana by public safety members
Los Angeles Fire Department crewmembers evaluated the children and transported five to a hospital
Among reported cases, over half of the children were toddlers; symptoms include drowsiness, breathing problems, fast heart rate and vomiting
Scott Martin, an Air Force veteran who worked at the Buffalo Fire Department for 12 years, said he uses cannabis to treat PTSD and pain
Austin leaders are considering rule changes after a Texas law approved low-THC products to treat PTSD
Levi Coleman’s lawsuit claims that the Ogden Fire Department and the city violated the Utah Medical Cannabis Act
“We’re about 80 paramedics down,” said Austin EMS Association President Selena Xie, who hopes the change helps with staffing
The former Buffalo firefighter-EMT says he was fired under an outdated collective bargaining agreement
The 911 operator and EMT says he was placed on limited duty after being prescribed medical marijuana for Crohn’s disease
The new policy outlines circumstances that require drug and alcohol testing for volunteer firefighters and other emergency responders
A student allegedly brought marshmallow marijuana edibles to school and distributed them to fellow students
Since legalizing and selling marijuana last November, state emergency rooms have seen dozens of children who have ingested edibles