KDVR.com | JANUARY 2, 2015, BY KENT ERDAHL DENVER — Colorado leaders are asking the feds to allow our colleges to grow pot. It might sound like an unusual request, but it’s part of the state’s effort to increase access to… Read More ›
By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS | JAN. 2, 2015, 12:33 A.M. E.S.T. Published in the NEW YORK TIMES SEATTLE — A year into the nation’s experiment with legal, taxed marijuana sales, Washington and Colorado find themselves wrestling not with the federal interference… Read More ›
By Electa Draper December 26, 2014 | The Denver Post After Coloradans decreed in 2000 that the cannabis plant had medical value, scientific evidence has had to play catch-up with the anecdotal cases. The list of claims of healing… Read More ›
Yesterday I participated on a panel about Marijuana Use and the Elderly. Toward the end of the discussion, a woman told of how the HMO care facility she works for handles medical marijuana patients. They simply disenroll them.
The Denver Police Department released a video (see below) warning parents to beware of marijuana-infused edible candy in their child’s trick-or-treat bag. This story has now made it into the national news, even though there’s never been a case of… Read More ›
Back in February 2012, the Colorado General Assembly was considering a bill that would penalize anyone driving with more than 5 nano grams of THC in whole blood. This would have had a devastating effect on medical marijuana patients across… Read More ›
A lot of people think of fibromyalgia as only chronic pain, but it also comes with chronic fatigue, digestive problems, and cognitive issues (often referred to as “fibro fog”). Whether using cannabis or pharma, controlling those and other nagging symptoms… Read More ›
Earlier in June, I lost a very dear friend, Karla, but her journey continues to inspire me. I spoke about her at a recent meeting of the Colorado NORML Women’s Alliance. Karla was my hero, my inspiration to continue fighting…. Read More ›