The prevailing message in the show, as voiced by the character Bones, is that “CBDs account for the medicinal effects of marijuana”, playing into the growing meme that somehow THC is just for getting high, so it’s not medical.
These are just a few things that have kept me puffin’ tuff for two dozen years without police incident (aside from being European-American). Share some of your highly effective stoner habits in the comments!
“Denver coroner: Man fell to death after eating marijuana cookies,” read the headline from John Ingold of the Denver Post, and before I could even read the story, my Twitter feed was lighting up.
Noelle Crombie at The Oregonian reports that the Oregon State Police will no longer be sending two of its representatives to an upcoming anti-marijuana legalization summit.
How long do you think you’d have that job? Well, if the job is Administrator of the DEA and your name is Michele Leonhart, you’d be going on seven years with no sign of being fired.
A new survey from WebMD/Medscape has found that 56% of the doctors surveyed supported “making [marijuana] legal nationwide”.
The Pew Research Center has some solid polling entitled “America’s New Drug Policy Landscape” that finds three-out-of-four Americans (75%) “think that the sale and use of marijuana will eventually be legal nationwide.”
“I can assure you that sending me messages that impune [sic] my character or honesty will get you nothing! Get a job and get off dope!”
Researchers in the Netherlands have concluded that the THC potency of marijuana used by consumers does not reliably predict their risk for marijuana dependence.