Texas Medicine and Railroad Gin: Lessons From Prohibition

Medicinal Whisky and MJ Medicine

By Michael A. Stusser The 18th Amendment revoked the sales and use of alcohol in the United States in 1919. Shocking as it may seem that such an act could become law, the roots of Prohibition were complex (people were drinking too damn much canned heat) – and misguided. The government created a campaign to Read the full article…

Is the Word “Marijuana” Racist?

Dr. Sue Sisley has been nominated for a $2 million grant from the Rocky Mountain state to continue her medical research on marijuana and PTSD.

CALIFORNIA: It’s been a long journey from the reefer madness of the 1930s and the War on Drugs of the 1980s to the medical marijuana dispensaries of today. As with any changing social norms, reclaiming words or destroying terms with negative connotations has been essential for rights advocates. As Greg Campbell notes in Pot Inc., which centers Read the full article…