Indiana NORML 40th ANNIVERSARY BENEFIT CONCERT March 28 – Irvington Theatre 5505 E. Washington Street, Indianapolis, IN DOORS OPEN 6 pm ….. MUSIC 7 pm – Midnight $20/person at the door $15/person ONLINE ADVANCE TICKET PRICE
Once again, one person in the Indiana General Assembly, has thwarted the will of the people by taking no action. I am, of course, referring to Indiana Senator Patricia Miller (R-Indianapolis), Chair of the Health and Provider Services Committee, refused … Continue reading →
This page from the folks over at encod.org provides a collection of clinical studies, papers and references for medical disorders helped by medical marijuana.
Yesterday in Sacramento a federal judge heard closing arguments in a motion challenging the constitutionality of cannabis’ Schedule I classification. At issue is whether a rational basis exists for the government’s contention that cannabis is properly designated as a schedule … Continue reading →
It was less than a year ago when the mainstream media was chock-full of headlines like this one: ‘Brain changes associated with casual marijuana use in young adults, study finds.’ But a funny thing happened when a team of scientists … Continue reading →
The last few weeks have brought a number of policy announcements from the Obama administration — incremental changes, admittedly, but positive steps nonetheless — that appear to set the stage for a more realistic federal marijuana policy looking forward. Once … Continue reading →