There is an iPhone app for everyone, even pot smokers...

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Medicinal marijuana users, that is. Apple has apparently approved a new app aptly called, "Cannabis," that uses location technology to aggregate locations of doctors, clinics and organizations that dispense the drug for medical purposes and connect them with consumers with prescriptions. The app stresses social responsibility and claims not to support any illegal activities.  It's put out by Ajnag (ganja spelled backwards), a non-profit pushing for marijuana advocacy.
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