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Tag: medical marijuana
  • YAL @ Millersville hosts Senator Mike Folmer!

    In addition to our Free Speech Wall, for Constitution Week we hosted State Senator Mike Folmer, who lead a talk on the Constitution and medical marijuana. Senator Folmer represents Pennsylvania’s 48th Senate district. The event scored a story in our school’s newspaper, The Snapper: “The U.S. Constitution and the Issue of Legal Cannabis” discussion and …

  • Medicinal Marijuana: It’s A Jersey Thing

    The road to 2019 continues to get a lot greener — and we aren’t talking about the worthless Federal Reserve Notes. Tuesday, Governor Chris Christie officially made New Jersey the 16th state to allow medicinal marijuana dispensaries to be opened, after a two-year delay by the governor to ensure the users and sellers of the …

  • Federal government classifies marijuana as “having no medical use” and similar to heroin

    If you haven’t read this article yet, I highly recommend it for a good laugh.   Regardless or not of marijuana’s medical uses and the opinions that surround this controversial claim, the government placing it on the same level as heroin is factually ridiculous.   Here are some facts that make the drug war seem a …

  • Join the Fight for Prop 19

    Everyone who is involved in politics knows that it is those with committed activists willing to make calls, stuff letters, and organize events that truly drive either candidate and legislation to their desired goals. If you support California’s attempt to legalize marijuana use, you can now help out from the comfort of your own home. …

  • Medical Marijuana Isn’t Enough

    In the state of Washington, marijuana thieves and medical marijuana users have clashed, sometimes deadly ways: In the past week, a man in Orting, Wash., near Tacoma, died after he reportedly was beaten while confronting people trying to steal marijuana plants from his property. On Monday, a prominent medical-marijuana activist shot an armed man who …

  • Another Drug War Victim

    If you watch the video, they refer to Marijuana as an opiate, which is false. The judge tells Hernandez to see his doctor and get something else prescribed to him. Obviously it would be so much better for this man to be taking a real opiate like Oxycodone, which — if I had to guess …

  • Whats going on with Medical Marijuana

    Medical Marijuana has become a major issue for Americans. As the memories of “Reefer Madness” fade and the facts about the drug war’s consequences get out, support for Medical Marijuana has risen to between 70% – 80% Americans. The total amount of states that have passed medical marijuana laws has reached 13. Many others have current legislation  being …