Southern University is first HBCU to get into medical marijuana

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It’s agricultural research center gets $7 million in grants 9:43 AMSomebody had to be first. Southern University and A&M College owns the distinction as the first historically black college or university (HBCU) to launch a medical marijuana program. The Baton Rouge, Louisiana-based HBCU, known for its nationally acclaimed Fabulous Dancing Dolls, launched the program after a contract with Advanced Biomedics, a Louisiana-based company specializing in pharmaceutical-grade marijuana products, was approved on May 25, Baton Rouge news source WAFB reported. “This is a momentous event,” said Bobby R. Phills, chancellor of the Southern University Ag Center and dean of the College of Agricultural, Family and Consumer Sciences. “We are extremely excited to be able to provide quality medicine for the citizens of Louisiana. Southern University is first HBCU to get into medical marijuana

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