Should our laws acknowledge and meaningfully address marijuana’s potential harms by investing new tax revenues in science-based public education?
As the reputation of medical cannabis among cancer patients grows, so does its acceptance among medical professionals and government officials.
Standing up and putting on your coat, your departing comment was, “I’m not going to listen to this. You can’t get addicted to marijuana.” I’m sorry you didn’t stick around.
The claims are made, both stridently and with certainty. Marijuana is not addictive. Marijuana is not a gateway drug. But, how are these words interpreted?
TV personality Art Linkletter’s 20 year-old daughter committed suicide in 1969. He believed she was experiencing an LSD flashback when she jumped from a window.
As the momentum away from marijuana prohibition gains strength, my memory of what happened to a 24-year-old soldier from Ohio keeps a key question in my mind.
For many if not most addiction and recovery professionals, the notion that marijuana ought to be legal is difficult to swallow. Laws that permit legal access to marijuana are…