Monthly Archives: January 2013

Doing What Works

A ruling was made in the case of the Petition to Reschedule Marijuana from Schedule I, dangerous and having no medical value to Schedule II or lower to more properly reflect marijuana’s actual danger and it’s use as medicine. The … Continue reading

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Welcome to the Future, It’s Happening Now!

After having given the opening speech of the 2013 Senate Judiciary Committee, Senator Patrick Leahy said the most interesting thing during the question and answer period in response to a question regarding a film about the failure of the War … Continue reading

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In Good Conscience

The Gatewood Galbraith Medical Marijuana Memorial Act has been designated as Senate Bill 11 for the 2013 session of the Kentucky General Assembly.  Bills are usually numbered in order of importance so this designation we hope, bodes well for the … Continue reading

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The Drug War Is Ending, Send The Prisoners Home

I saw a news piece on television over the holidays that was posing the question, What happens when the War in Afghanistan, the War On Terror is over? For example, the legislation allowing for the killing and imprisoning of ‘enemy … Continue reading

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