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Alabama The Beautiful but Not Free. Medical Marijuana Patients Persecuted by the government. THe government is putting up a sham and calling it medical marijuanas. Time to unite and win the fight. Faye Medlock will be our guest.
Please join us as Ms. Rosen speaks of the use of Marijunana for Autism.
Every day it seams I read a new use of Marijuana for our health, with Autism effecting more kids, I think we should see what new treatment is being used.
If we have time we will hear her thoughts on the action to force the D.E.A. to behave
WELL HERE WE GO JUMPING INTO THIS AGE OLD DEBATE,
SO ALL YOU PURITANS AND POTHEADS ARE FREE TO CALL IN ,AND PRESENT THE PROS AND CONS,
ITS BEEN DESCRIBED AS AA HEALING PLANT,
A GATEWAY DRUG,THAT LEADS DOWN A SPIRALLING PATH OF SUBSTANCE ABUSE,AND DESTRUCTION,
MILLIONS IF NOT BILLIONS OF DOLLARS HAVE BEEN SPENT TO DISCREDIT AND COMBAT THIS PLANT.
TUNE IN AS WE'RE JOINED BY DR C.COHEN AS MEDICAL MARIJUANA PROPONENT ,
AND DONT FORGET TO FOLLOW YOUR BOY KDIDDY,ON TWITTER @kdiddy1www.worldmovemenrecords.com
Ms. Rosen R.N. finishes our talk on Medical Marijuana and Autism and update us on the News from The State Of New York.
Looks like more States are coming om board with some form of Medical Marijuana law.
The Grassroots are in the House!
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Herbert Kleber, MD World renowned substance abuse expert, Director, Division on Substance Abuse
John Mariani, MD Director, Substance Treatment and Research Service
Adam Bisaga, MD Director, Nicotine Laboratory at Columbia Psychiatry
They will be discussing the risks of medical marijuana, and the policy issues related to this. In addition, they will explore how medical marijuana affects adolescents.
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