Archive for September 2015

Medical marijuana saved Deborah Coleman's life

One of the really cool things that has happened as a result of my blogging about medical marijuana is that I have been contacted by dozens of readers about their stories, some of whom have become friends. I just LOVE when that happens. One such woman is Deborah Coleman. Several disheartening events have happened in... Read more »

After the 11 proposed conditions for medical marijuana got denied

When the latest list of 11 qualifying conditions for the medical marijuana program ( and I am using the term “marijuana” entirely for SEO purposes) were rejected on September 10, I and all the thousands of Illinois cannabis activists and prospective patients who worked tirelessly to try and get them passed felt like we were... Read more »

K2/Spice is NOT remotely like marijuana, it is a very dangerous drug

My hubby and I are big, big listeners of NPR, as in National Public Radio. Every single radio in our house is tuned to WBEZ 91.5 FM. Often, the talk just acts as white noise as it drones on and on in the background, but more often then not, we actually listen to the programming.... Read more »
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IDPH Director Shah: Approve PTSD (and 10 other conditions) for medical marijuana today!

The majority of Americans now favor the legalization of medical marijuana (which I will henceforth refer to as cannabis) and the decriminalization of recreational marijuana. Yet, there are more than two dozen states where cannabis is completely illegal. People are finally sick and tired of being sick; using costly pharmaceuticals with their horrendous adverse side... Read more »

Kim Davis, County Clerk who refuses to issue marriage licenses, needs a new moral compass

Don’t you just love it when someone who claims to have such a big moral compass turns out not to? Well, maybe you don’t, but I sure do. Take the case of Kim Davis, the Rowan County Clerk who refused to grant any marriage licenses in her state of Kentucky. Since gay marriage was made... Read more »