Legalize Medical Marijuana

A lively debate about marijuana, its medical benefits and drug hysteria.

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Should Marijuana be moved from Schedule 1 to Schedule 2?

[gap size=”40px”] On Friday, October 24, 2014, Dr. Carl Hart, author of High Price, participated in a panel discussion about the consequences of legalizing medical marijuana.

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What You should Know:
[gap size=”40px”]The real reason why American Scientists ignore the benefits of drugs [gap size=”40px”]

Four states and Washington, D.C., allow recreational marijuana. Nineteen states allow it for medical purposes, and 14 have decriminalized it. [gap size=”40px”]

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  • David Blake, deputy attorney general for legal policy and government affairs of Colorado
  • Beau Kilmer, senior policy researcher at the RAND Corporation
  • Bertha K. Madras, Harvard University professor and chair of Harvard’s Division of Neurochemistry
  • Robert Mikos, Vanderbilt law professor and a leading expert on federalism and drug law
  • Scott Teitelbaum, University of Florida College of Medicine psychiatry and pediatrics professor and vice chair of the Psychiatry Department

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