It’s not enough for the State of Iowa to persecute a dying cancer patient for his medical marijuana grow. Prosecutors want to bankrupt his wife, jail his kid, imprison his friend and put his elderly parents on the streets while the state seizes their house, too.
Last week the Washington Supreme Court decided that people who don’t have the money or insurance to see a doctor to authorize them to use marijuana will nevertheless be able to argue in court that they had a medical reason for using it.
As we continue our ongoing mission to promote marijuana legalization, we are often met by mockery in the mainstream. Headline writers and news anchors can’t wait to drop their pot pun into coverage of our issue. Whether it is a plan that goes “up in smoke,&rdq...
Dr. Mitch, I have six friends who quit heroin thanks to the plant. Why isn’t there a formal treatment program that uses this approach?