By NATE JACKSON SEPT. 8, 2014
N.F.L. has a certifiable need for medical marijuana.
The game we celebrate creates a life of daily pain for those who play it. Some players choose marijuana to manage this pain, which allows Read more
BY JOE KOVAC JR.
email@example.com September 6, 2014
Katie Crosby, 26, has been living with chronic pain of one form or another since her teen years. Today, the pain is so severe that she is mostly restricted to a Read more
For years, some parents have turned to medical marijuana to treat their children’s debilitating epilepsy, crediting the drug with dramatically reducing seizure activity. A groundbreaking clinical trial about to begin recruiting test subjects may finally provide some Read more
Clark Fouraker, WLTX
The discussion comes after the General Assembly last session passed a bill legalizing industrial hemp, which also has THC, the substances that makes marijuana illegal.
“We see fit, that albeit a little bit different, should ride Read more
By Vanita Gupta
Editor’s note: CNN’s David Mattingly reports on the case of a Missouri man sentenced to life in prison for purchasing marijuana Wednesday at 7 p.m. on Erin Burnett OutFront. Vanita Gupta is a deputy legal Read more
In Georgia, Ravert often sees people caught in a double bind – being too sick to work unless they have access to medical marijuana, and then after accessing the same, being unable to find a job because of the medication that allows them to look in the first place.