By Joan Eberhardt Globally, marijuana is at a turning point in its own history. For decades it has been federally illegal in the United States, and many other nations followed suit. Public opinion has turned considerably in the last five or six decades. When PEW started tracking public opinion on legalizing marijuana in 1969, only … More Who Benefits When Cannabis is Illegal?
By Joan Eberhardt In the United States, doctors do not prescribe medical marijuana. They can, however, depending on state law, recommend or certify that a qualifying patient would benefit from medical marijuana. While it might seem like they are the same thing, a doctor sees that a patient might benefit from medical marijuana for pain … More Medical Marijuana Prescription or Recommendation: What is the Difference? Does it Matter?
By Joan Eberhardt DEA Whines Arresting People For Marijuana Is Harder Than It Used To Be Citing a mix of complex cannabis laws that vary wildly from state to state and the media for presenting depictions of cannabis as anything other than a life-ending-gateway-drug, the DEA said enforcing cannabis laws across the nation has gotten … More DEA Whines Arresting People For Marijuana Is Harder Than It Used To Be