Scooby-Doo has more franchises than I can even keep track of. One of those was the late-80’s/early-90’s A Pup Named Scooby-Doo. The gang is adorable a group of adorable children solving mysteries with the titular puppy. 756 more words
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The Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA), currently starring in the new season of the Netflix series “Narcos,” is busy trying to class a relatively innocuous alternative treatment to methadone, kratom, as “Schedule I,” putting it on par with heroin, cocaine, and the most “dangerous” of them all – cannabis. 332 more words
I’m not surprised, but I’m still outraged and heartbroken by the DEA’S decision not to reschedule, much less deschedule, cannabis.
Not surprised because… well… it’s the Drug Enforcement Administration. 405 more words
This post is a little bittersweet for me. As you may know, I’ve already vowed not to cover the oft lampooned caffeine pill episode, which leaves this episode as the last technical “very special episode” of 1,386 more words
Yesterday, we were in county court supporting a patient who wants to continue using medical marijuana while on probation for an alcohol DUI. It was a fascinating and enlightening experience. 475 more words
Q: I have a question that I’m having a hard time getting an answer to specifically up to date information. Is it legal for a medical patient that is a cannabis user, I guess a red card holder or purple whatever, to smoke outside of their residence without being at risk of getting a ticket or losing their card? 292 more words