Miscellaneous

January 30, 2014

Feb. 4 from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. •  Inclusion Works: Guiding the Way to an Inclusive Community at Weinberg Park Heights JCC; Shelly Christensen, founder/executive director of Inclusion Innovations and co-founder of JDAM, will facilitate; Stan Goldman will be the featured speaker. • For information, contact Renee Dain at 410-369-9235 or rdain@associated.org; for registration, CONTINUE »

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Mosaicverse project has local ties
BY David Holzel
January 30, 2014

It’s increasingly easy to access a Jewish text online or read a commentary on a smartphone. But what if you’re curious about what Christian tradition says about a particular Jewish concept? Or what if a Muslim wants to know the biblical source of a verse in the Quran? Mosaicverse, an online project in development by CONTINUE »

January 23, 2014

Delaware: The Delaware Medical Marijuana Act took effect on July 1, 2012, allowing doctors to authorize marijuana use for patients with cancer, multiple sclerosis, HIV/AIDS, Hepatitis C, Lou Gehrig’s disease, Alzheimer’s disease, the physical manifestations of post-traumatic stress disorder and conditions that cause severe, debilitating pain, wasting syndrome, intractable nausea and seizures. The Delaware Department CONTINUE »

January 23, 2014

Many consider Israel to be among the most progressive countries when it comes to medical marijuana. There are about 14,000 patients with medical marijuana prescriptions that they acquired from one of 20 doctors allowed to prescribe it, according to a December Haaretz report. “I’d say Israel is an example of a country that is doing CONTINUE »

January 23, 2014

As Maryland’s Medical Marijuana Commission works on its regulations, other Maryland lawmakers are pushing for all-out legalization of the drug. Dels. Curt Anderson and Sheila Hixson and Sen. Jamie Raskin discussed their bill to regulate and tax marijuana like alcohol in a news conference on Jan. 16. Gubernatorial candidate Heather Mizeur, a Montgomery County delegate, CONTINUE »