A year ago Philadelphia decriminalized marijuana, though the main actors in that historical moment—the mayor and a City Councilman—have vastly differing views of the plant itself.
Is your child smoking pot? I hope not, but parents are the last to know.
Formerly demonized and later legislated as a Schedule 1 substance, marijuana could diminish the damage wrought by harder drugs, like heroin.
It is high time for a drug policy grounded in science, compassion, economics and health and human rights
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The good, the bad, and the ugly with weed and mental illness.
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“If we found a way to remove addiction, would we be altering human behavior that we might find out later to be a core element of our humanity?”
This is a comment by Thaddeus Howze on the post “What Marijuana Means to Me”.
Chuck Ross relates a father and son bonding experience at the U.S./Mexico border.
Ryan Phillips thought his life had ended when he was caught smuggling a large amount of marijuana into the United States. Turns out, it had only just begun.
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“When any substance, illegal or not, grabs one’s soul, that person is just a statistic-in-waiting; not much humanity left.”
This comment is from Paul Winkler to the author of the post about her brother, “What Marijuana Means to Me”.