Opponents call medical marijuana bill dangerous
The American Society for Addiction Medicine and a former Drug Enforcement Administration official are among those who say there are FDA-approved options patients can take instead.
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#1 Apr 25, 2013
Both opponents have an economic interest in keeping pot illegal under any circumstances. The dea thug wants to protect his government check and the 'addiction' organization would lose money if their patient numbers dwindle. They sound sadistic and bent on making people suffer unnecessarily. Illinois should give those very ill the option to use cannabis.
#2 Apr 25, 2013
I was born PDD-NOS, and wouldn’t be independent nor doing what I have to do everyday without the miraculous plant called marijuana… Actually, it’s not even that, I have found THC as being psychoactive and detrimental, while the lesser active chemical CBD has allowed significant breakthroughs to take place and further milestones set, which is found primarily within hemp at large concentrations…
Ask yourself why are you barring the only cure and real treatment (side effect-free) from helping autistics everywhere, when it affects nobody else, not communities or education.. Does preserving draconian laws such as ineffective prohibition really mean that much as to prevent someone from functionally joining society? Do you really wish that we, autistics, remain dependent, overly medicated with dangerous chemicals, and most likely hospitalized or a continuous burden for their parents?
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