“We are hoping to have as many strains as people want, with the lowest cost to our members, and will offer greater discounts for vets who want to volunteer.”
“Why can’t we just grow the plant and allow businesses to supply those who want it?”
Legislature’s joint committee on joints convenes (mostly) prohibitionist forces
GRUDGE WAR: MASS CONTINUES PERSECUTION OF CANNABIS DOC IN THE LEGALIZATION ERA
“There’s so much to be gained from cannabis, why ruin lives over it?”
His mistakes go on, from claiming, “decriminalization destroys early intervention,” to failing to understand that court-ordered drug treatment for pot is an enormous waste of resources that could go to treating opiate addiction.
It’s important to acknowledge the entire timeline of this story too, starting with the investigation of Downing’s previous venture, Yankee Care Givers.
Brace yourself for last week’s “Who’s prescribing marijuana?” by Todd Feathers in the Lowell Sun. It’s a pathetic slanted story posing as a fair and balanced piece, a medical marijuana article with no patients, reefer madness front and center.
With Facebook still hostile to cannabis users, an alternative emerges
The road to legal is paved with hard work, not edibles