Needless Suffering of Medical Marijuana Patient Embodies Federal-State Conflict: A Prison Extraction

Tuck with attorney Hiatt.

NEW YORK: When I was in the graduate school portion of the Medical Scientist Training Program at the University of Washington in the Department of Geography, I had an opportunity to work with an intrepid defense attorney by the name of Douglas Hiatt, who brought me face-to-face with major health and human rights cases of persecuted, ill Read the full article…

Medical Pot: A Drugmaker Bets on Marijuana to Treat Diabetes, Epilepsy, and More

British pharma company makes big bet on cannabis

UNITED KINGDOM: Medicinal marijuana advocates contend that smoking pot helps relieve pain and alleviate nausea. British drug company GW Pharmaceuticals (GWP:LN) is betting that medicine made from cannabis can also treat maladies as diverse as diabetes, colitis, and epilepsy.

Michigan businessman smoked by federal pot law

MICHIGAN: Dennis Forsberg thought he was doing everything right. He had filed all the necessary paperwork and cleared his business plan with attorneys, local government officials and law enforcement. He created new companies and got a federal tax ID number. He wasn’t trying to hide anything. Yet in the end, he still got burned.

Michigan businessman smoked by federal pot law

Dennis Forsberg samples cherries growing on trees

MICHIGAN: Dennis Forsberg thought he was doing everything right. He had filed all the necessary paperwork and cleared his business plan with attorneys, local government officials and law enforcement. He created new companies and got a federal tax ID number. He wasn’t trying to hide anything. Yet in the end, he still got burned.

Amendment to legalize medicinal marijuana touted at Lemon Grove rally

Medical Marijuana

OHIO: Getting help for patients suffering and in pain is the primary goal of the Ohio Rights Organization’s effort to place a constitutional amendment on the 2014 ballot that would legalize the medical use of cannabis, better known as marijuana.

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.