Medical Marijuana For Kids: Why I Give Cannabis To My 7-Year-Old

MyKayla Comstock, appeared on HuffPost Live to discuss what happens when a minor needs medical marijuana

VERMONT: With news stories and opinion pieces popping up daily about medical marijuana legalization, dad Brandon Krenzler and his 7-year-old daughter, MyKayla Comstock, appeared on HuffPost Live this week to discuss what happens when a minor needs the drug. MyKayla has Leukemia and started taking it shortly after she was diagnosed.

Medical marijuana: Active red cards continue to decrease

Colorado "Red Card"

COLORADO: The Colorado Medical Marijuana Registry saw a decrease of more than 1,000 active red cards at the end of May – marking the second straight month of such declines, despite nearly 6,000 new patient applications over that time period.

Colorado Medical Marijuana Audit: 12 Docs Issued Half Of The Medical Pot Patient Recommendations In State

Medical marijuana vials displayed at a medical marijuana dispensary.

COLORADO: State auditors say that only a dozen Colorado doctors issued half of the medical marijuana patient recommendations in the state — a sign that the state is not providing enough oversight of the medical marijuana industry. The audit reveals that in 2009 there were only 6,000 medical marijuana patients in Colorado — as of March Read the full article…

Colorado Medical Marijuana Audit: 12 Docs Issued Half Of The Medical Pot Patient Recommendations In State

Medical marijuana vials displayed at a medical marijuana dispensary.

COLORADO: State auditors say that only a dozen Colorado doctors issued half of the medical marijuana patient recommendations in the state — a sign that the state is not providing enough oversight of the medical marijuana industry. The audit reveals that in 2009 there were only 6,000 medical marijuana patients in Colorado — as of March Read the full article…

Medical Marijuana Activists Appeal to US Supreme Court

Americans for Safe Access will ask the Supreme Court to review classification of marijuana

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA: Medical cannabis advocacy group Americans for Safe Access (ASA) will ask the US Supreme Court to review the United States’ classification of marijuana as more dangerous than cocaine, meth, or Oxycodone. Oakland-based ASA said Monday that they had filed a petition with the US Supreme Court to appeal a January Circuit Court decision Read the full article…