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

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 and disabled patients who were caught up in the federal-state conflict on medical marijuana. [Read more…]