Archive for June 2016

Baltimore Ravens release Eugene Monroe due to medical marijuana advocacy

Eugene Monroe was released by the Baltimore Ravens on June 15, 2016, for his stance on medical cannabis as a treatment option for football career injuries….except that was not at all the reason given by the Ravens for Monroe’s release. According to them, it was due to all his injuries. In fact, they completely opposed... Read more »

What happens if the DEA reschedules marijuana to Schedule II?

Facebook has been buzzing these past few weeks about the prospect of the DEA rescheduling marijuana from Schedule I to Schedule II on the Controlled Substance Act (CSA) of 1970. That’s the statute that established and controls federal US drug policy. The DEA and the FDA determine which drugs get scheduled on which list, although... Read more »

Illinois teen with epilepsy gets her life back with medical marijuana

I have met a lot of “Warrior Moms” in my travels as a cannabis activist but there is none more courageous and tenacious than Amy Bottoms, mother of Allison Sky Centennial, a 16 year old southern Illinois teen with epilepsy. If there was an award for “Mother of the Year,” Amy deserves it! The family... Read more »
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Lance Gloor gets 10 year federal prison sentence for growing legal medical marijuana

My cannabis activism has taken me down some very interesting paths in the past year. I’ve met lots of people who healed themselves using cannabis when nothing else worked. I’ve helped them share their success and joyous stories with the world via my blog. I have interviewed people from all over the country and consider... Read more »

Oregon senior treats her breast cancer using medical marijuana

I’ll be the first to admit that I am a sucker for cannabis cancer success stories since there is soooo much pushback from soooo many people who are soooo completely certain that cannabis oil can’t possibly treat cancer. Western doctors, of course, especially oncologists, would be the most skeptical. Today’s post is about a woman... Read more »