My attitude is whatever it takes to keep these folks from showing up in body bags at the chief medical examiner’s office.
The Today Show is taking a look at medical marijuana as an exit strategy for our nation’s addiction epidemic and came to Maine to see how the movement is progressing here.
If you answered yes, there’s a new group that might be of interest to you or someone you know.
It is the job of the legislature to receive voter approved referenda and find a way to make them work, and that’s the lawmakers who drafted the legislation are trying to do.
There’s a new medical marijuana hub developing in Winthrop, and it has much to offer, even to those outside the medical marijuana community.
“Mainers need to know that the issue is more about how we end prohibition and doing it in a way that works for our state and the people who live here.” (Dennis Hammac)
Medical marijuana caregiver Dawson Julia may have heard a “no” this round, but I’m guessing he and his colleagues won’t stop until they get a yes.
There’s a great deal to take into consideration beyond the issue of ending prohibition. It should be more about how we end prohibition of marijuana, when we do end it.
I was so disappointed to hear that someone hacked an event page for a medical marijuana trade show happening at the Augusta Civic Center this weekend.
“For the first time, I feel hope. The other times I tried to quit I didn’t,” said Matt Low.