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Medical Marijuana Laws

Cannabis over Chemotherapy


Three year old Landon Riddle was diagnosed with T Cell Acute Lymphocytic Leukemia back in 2012. His medical diagnosis called for simultaneous rounds of chemotherapy and steroid treatments just one month later, and the negative side effects far outweighed the benefits. Throughout the course of his treatment, Landon suffered from neuropathy, an irreversibly nerve-damaging condition, from his... Read more

Financial Woes in Washington’s Marijuana Program Remain Unanswered


Washington State licensed marijuana businesses seeking a legitimate banking service may have been presented with one more piece of the puzzle in a recent announcement; however, the primary question at hand has yet to be answered. In a 7-year contract with the state, Bank of America has served as the primary bank to the state’s treasury. Although their contract is due to run out June 30th,... Read more

Lansing Judge Decides Epilepsy and Marijuana Have No Correlation


Lansing Judge Richard Garcia, the same judge who deemed Steve and Maria Green unfit parents to baby Bree for being licensed caregivers, has taken it upon himself to conduct his own medically based trial on the correlation between marijuana and epilepsy. If his trial can conclude that Green’s marijuana use is justified, Judge Garcia will be forced to return Bree to her loving... Read more

Sheriff Urges us to Reevaluate State and Federal Marijuana Issues


King County, Washington Sheriff John Urquhart, in a Senate Judiciary Committee just under two weeks ago, gave a testimony extensively speaking about the failed war on drugs and the solutions our country could reach if only we opened our eyes. As Sheriff, he shared, that he has been elected the top law enforcement official within the largest jurisdiction of a country that has, partially,... Read more

Cannabis Conundrum Brings Tragedy to Loving Parents


What kind of world do we live in when selfless, loving parents are robbed of their children for legally growing and obtaining their medicine? What kind of peril do we face when our own flesh and blood are taken from under us under the pretense that unfit parents are the ones providing herbal medicine to patients in need? For adoring parents Steve and Maria Green, their whole world came crashing... Read more

State Legislation is Behind the Curve


“My mind is what I am,“ said patient John of the neuropathic pain that he’s been forced to live with for the past nine years. “When I can’t think clearly, I’m crippled.” John (not his real name), had tried acupuncture, pressure braces for his foot, anti-inflammatory spinal injections, an inversion table and a laundry list of potent opiates to try to ease... Read more

Senate Hearing Calls for Radical Shift in Nation's Marijuana Policy


Last month, U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder announced in a meeting that federal law enforcers are to no longer interfere with states policies regarding medical marijuana programs, or full-on legalization. The meeting that took place yesterday was one requested and led by Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Senator Patrick Leahy (D-Vt) and was prompted by Colorado and Washington’s most... Read more

Golden State's Attempt to Amend 1996 Medical Marijuana Bill


This week, California lawmakers are attempting to end the two year-long federal crackdown on state run medical marijuana businesses. The newly ameliorated bill was inspired by a recent White House memo allowing both Colorado and Washington State to regulate and tax legal marijuana. Assemblyman Tom Ammiano (D-San Francisco) promptly worked to amend the AB 604 bill this past Friday in hopes of... Read more

Hearing Proposed to Bridge the Gap between State and Federal Marijuana Laws


Just yesterday, Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Senator Patrick Leahy (D-Vt) announced his plans to address the grey area between state and federal marijuana laws in an upcoming meeting next month. His mentioned intent is to protect the 20 legalized states and the District of Columbia from federal criminal penalties. Currently, state and federal laws regarding marijuana are in direct... Read more

Californian Property Subject to Seizure for Legal Dispensary


The great divide between state and federal law keeps on getting greater as Californian property owner Tony Jalali is facing a federal government attempt to seize his 1.5 million dollar two-story commercial building comprised of 12 office spaces which he rents out to individuals. Twice, Jalali rented out one of his office spaces to medical marijuana dispensaries, under the pretense that it was... Read more