The oldest way of stigmatizing a drug is to link it to madness. But can using marijuana lead to a psychotic break? We test the science.
Scholars and scientists are concerned the book might throw a wrench in the marijuana movement currently sweeping the United States —something they argue would do more harm than good.
The scientists behind the research which forms Alex Berenson’s negative marijuana conclusions in the book have all emerged to state one thing—Berenson misinterpreted the research.
Though seniors account for the fastest-growing base of cannabis users, they’re also the stingiest in clinging to old stigmas.
Memos and emails detail an underground Marijuana Policy Coordination Committee aimed at reversing the positive support cannabis has received in the public.
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If marijuana really is just medicine used by upstanding citizens, then why is it that this plant always seems to be associated with the dregs of society?