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​Shirley Griggs, 89, is photographed in her room at Valley Terrace in Wilder, #VT, last week. Griggs would like to try medical marijuana to treat her chronic back pain, but Valley Terrace officials won't allow her to. Griggs is not alone. Although medical #marijuana is legal in both New Hampshire and Vermont, a number of obstacles stand in the way of some who wish to use it, including the conflict between state and federal law, a hesitancy among some doctors to recommend it and a limited number of #dispensaries where it is available. ➡️ More at www.vnews.com. Link in profile. ⬅️ (Valley News – Jennifer Hauck @hauck45) #uppervalley #upval #vnewsuv #photojournalism #portrait #nh #vt #603 #802 #medicalmarijuana #longreads

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From the Sunday Valley News:

Although medical marijuana is legal in both New Hampshire and Vermont, a number of obstacles stand in the way of some who wish to use it, including the conflict between state and federal law, a hesitancy among some doctors to recommend it and a limited number of dispensaries where it is available.

Click here to read more. And below, find a glossary/graphic from Shawn Braley.