KTAR.com:  “A lawmaker wants to make it clear that state officials can notify licensing boards when medical professionals are suspected of improperly recommending marijuana for patients.  Rep. Kimberly Yee, R-Phoenix, said clarifying in law that the Arizona Department of Health Services has such authority would help officials to enforce rules applying to the voter-approved Arizona Medical Marijuana Act. HB 2035 specifies that recommending medical marijuana for other than a debilitating medical condition is unprofessional conduct.”