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It’s now up to the lower court to determine whether or not the town of Tonawanda New York will have to pay workers’ compensation insurance benefits for a police officer who was prescribed medicinal marijuana for his chronic back pain he has suffered since he slipped on icy pavement at the scene of a car accident. (Photo: Shutterstock)

The Supreme Court of New York, appellate division, ruled to remand an earlier decision that denied coverage of an injured police officer’s medical marijuana for chronic pain that he suffers after a car accident.

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