A veteran who was prescribed nearly 10,000 pills a year has now become an outspoken advocate for the one medicine that actually helped his chronic pain—cannabis.
Unable to deny the science any longer, the state of Pennsylvania has just approved the use of marijuana to fight off the ever-increasing opioid epidemic.
A report sponsored by the Foundation for Advancing Alcohol Responsibly is being used to convince law enforcement agencies to focus on arresting cannabis users.
"I'm willing to face the jail time or the consequences for it if it will help my son," said a mother who was arrestest for letting her son use cannabis to treat his seizures.
One state has ruled that college students who are medical cannabis users can no longer be labeled as felons by the state if they are caught with their medicine on campus.
The NFL has denied a player's request to use medicinal cannabis, forcing him to use highly addictive opioid painkillers to treat his chronic pain if he wants to continue playing football.
When a mother told doctors that she was using CBD oil to treat her daughter's seizures, and it was working wonders, they responded by reporting her to CPS.
A federal appeals court ruled against the thousands of people who have experienced the life-saving effects of CBD oil by upholding the decision that the substance is a Schedule 1 drug.
Tallahassee Police Department raided Deondre Francois' apartment, starting QB for FSU, all to bust him with a tiny bit of weed.
Tennessee law enforcement carried out a massive sting operation to bust 23 businesses who were selling entirely legal hemp CBD products. The operation was so ridiculous that reporters called them on it during the press conference.