State Health Agency Has No Evidence That Marijuana Killed Anyone

After five years of legal medical-marijuana in Arizona, health department officials say this week they have no evidence that marijuana has been the cause of any death in the state.

ARIZONA:  After five years of legal medical-marijuana in Arizona, health department officials say this week they have no evidence that marijuana has been the cause of any death in the state.

Nor can the same officials present to the public any supporting evidence behind a 2013 study that claims the deaths of 62 kids were “associated” with marijuana.

The study was brought into prominence this week after anti-legalization activist Sheila Polk, the four-term Yavapai County Attorney, used it to prop up her point that marijuana is dangerous.

Read full article @ Phoenix New Times

Comments

  1. Patricia Silverman says

    Cannabis is the safest substance known to man so said DEA administrative judge Andrew Young, there is no reason for cannabis to be in any schedule, and the only reason that idiot Yavapai attorney is just trying to scare people into allowing them to lie in order to keep a monopoly, seriously we need a law that if you lie to we the people, we will take everything you own and lock you up for life no parole.

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