How Can No-Fault Insurance Cover Hydrocodone and Not Medical Cannabis?

With opioid related deaths continuing to climb, the question remains, how long can no-fault states continue to cover dangerously addictive substances such as hydrocodone? Addiction to narcotics can quickly spiral out of control, and those who live with chronic pain need to be presented with options for pain management that are far less dangerous. Medical marijuana should be covered by no-fault in states where medical marijuana is legal.

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