AUGUSTA: Drugs and stents are still available to people with a terminal condition

AUGusta, Maine, Feb. 20, 2021 – It’s a common sight in Maine and nationwide: patients being transported to a hospice clinic in a van with a patient who is dying of cancer.

It’s called a van, after the old-fashioned term for a patient’s vehicle.

But in Maine, that is a crime.

This story is a follow-up to our previous coverage of this topic.

In the fall of 2016, the Maine Legislature passed a bill that decriminalized drugs in the state, so that patients could choose to continue to use their prescription drugs without fear of being prosecuted for the drug use.

This is one of the first states in the country to do so.

Now, however, a law is on the books that would make that a crime, as well.

That law, House Bill 1150, would create a crime for people who have a terminal disease who use a medication to end their life.

It would be a first, and it’s unlikely to be the last.

There are many other states with similar laws, including California and New York.

In Maine, however to decriminalize the drugs, you’d need a prosecutor to prove it’s in the best interest of the patient, which is a very difficult hurdle to overcome.

The bill passed the House and was scheduled for a vote in the Senate, but then the state Senate voted against it.

The House has since voted to kill the bill, and the Senate is scheduled to vote on it next week.

The debate over whether to decriminalise drugs is a big issue in Maine.

A lot of Maine’s political and legal landscape has changed over the past decade, but not in the way many people think.

“It’s very rare for a state to have legislation that decriminalizes drugs, but this bill has become an issue in the Legislature,” said Jennifer T. Schulte, director of the University of Maine Medical Center’s Center for Translational Medicine.

She added that some people might be more interested in how to legalize cannabis or how to change how medical marijuana is regulated in the United States, which has been a controversial topic in Maine for a long time.

“What it’s really about is the patient,” said Schultes.

“A lot of people in the medical community are concerned about this, and that’s what the legislature has to decide.”

But there are a lot of other ways to treat this patient problem, including providing them with more care.

Schulter, who works as an administrator for a non-profit, said that even in Maine the number of hospice beds has gone down in recent years, which she says is due to increased use of hospices.

Hospice care is not the only way that patients with terminal illnesses can end their lives, however.

“In the last few years we’ve seen an increase in people dying in hospitals, and in those patients the death is a direct result of drug use,” Schulters said.

“The number of people dying from drug use is really quite staggering.

So the legislature is really having to grapple with that issue.”

Schults concerns about the bill were heightened when she received a letter from a patient in her hospice who wanted to continue using cannabis oil, which can be sold legally for personal use in Maine but which is illegal in Maine because it is a Schedule I drug.

Schulders office was alerted that the letter had been sent by the Maine Medical Society, a group that represents doctors who treat terminal patients.

Schulzert, the chair of the Maine Board of Pharmacy, said she has been inundated with phone calls and letters from people in her profession who are worried that the legalization of cannabis oil would create more abuse and put patients at risk of overdosing on the drug.

But the board is working to get more information about the legislation.

“I know a lot about this stuff,” Schulzer said.

She said she hopes to get input from physicians and other medical experts in the future.

“There are people in our profession who care about patients and are concerned and want to know the details, but we can’t have a conversation without the public and legislators,” Schulters said.

It is also unclear how this legislation would affect other drugs, including opioid prescriptions.

“We know that the use of marijuana is increasing in the U.S.,” said Schulttes doctor, John Fauci, “but I do think that the issue of opioid prescription is a little bit more murky.

And I think it’s going to be up to us to try to find out how we can work around that.”

Schulzers work in a state that is known for its opioid prescription.

“Our state has a very high rate of opioid deaths,” Schulderts said.

The state has seen an alarming number of opioid overdoses, and prescription opioids have become increasingly popular among Maine’s population of about 7,000 people.

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