This Firefighter Took A Doctor’s Advice To Use Medical Marijuana — Now He Could Be Fired
Medical marijuana is off-limits for police officers, firefighters, truck drivers, and millions of other workers in safety-sensitive jobs, even in states where it’s legal. These employees face a tough choice: Live with pain, or lose their job.
These Devout Christians Are Using The Bible To Argue That Pot Is God’s “Perfect Medicine”
The Deep South is the nation’s most religious region and the least open to legalized cannabis for medical or recreational use. To those who say marijuana is a sin, though, devout Christians are using the Bible to argue that it is God’s “perfect medicine.”
South Carolina And Iowa Legalize Limited Use Of Medical Marijuana
The governor of South Carolina signed into law Monday a medical marijuana bill, which will allow children with severe epilepsy to use cannabidiol oil (CBD), a nonpsychoactive marijuana derivative. Iowa Gov. Terry Branstad signed a similar bill into law on Friday.
D.C. Opens First Weed Dispensary, Blocks From Our Nation's Capitol
D.C. residents voted to legalize pot for medical use 15 years ago, but due to a lot of Congressional blocking, it's just become a reality this week. The law restricts pot use to only the sickest of patients with a doctor's prescription.