Arizona 17 Months Later, Feds Still Stalling Pot Study

“The whole system is just an abomination,”

ARIZONA: After 17 months, Dr. Suzanne Sisley is about to get the marijuana she needs to start a federally approved clinical study into whether marijuana helps veterans with PTSD. She proposed this research five years ago and has been herding bureaucratic turtles ever since. She’ll do the study in Arizona even though none of the state’s universities wanted to work Read the full article…

Austin City Council To Consider Resolution Regarding Medical Marijuana

Austin City Council will consider a resolution supporting medical marijuana in Texas.

TEXAS:  This week the Austin City Council will consider a resolution supporting medical marijuana in Texas. Two council members are sponsoring the resolution, and an Austin mother says she’ll be watching this item closely. Shaded from the hot Texas sun, 9-year-old Lance enjoys a popsicle with his twin sister. The peaceful scene doesn’t show his Read the full article…

Arizona Medical Marijuana Supporters To Rally For Veterans With PTSD On April 2

ARIZONA:  On March 10th, the bill H.B. 2333, sponsored by State Representative Ethan Orr of Tucson, passed the Arizona House 52-5, with strong bi-partisan support.  Under Arizona’s medical marijuana law, the money in the medical marijuana fund is reserved for furthering the provisions of the law and should include research and education.  None of it has been spent. H.B. 2333 would give the Arizona Department of Health Read the full article…