US Attorney for Oregon: medical marijuana a 'train wreck'
The U.S. Attorney for Oregon on Tuesday called the administration of the state's medical marijuana program a "train wreck," and expressed skepticism that the majority of those who obtain the drug actually need it.
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#1 Apr 20, 2011
Dopes the US attorney have any medical training? If not he should butt out of what is none of his or the government's business! He must be a rethug-the party of pain!
“Good luck with that !!!!”
Since: Dec 10
#2 Apr 22, 2011
"Holton declined to say which specific steps he would employ to monitor marijuana more closely, saying the issue is a matter of state law. But he pointed to the Federal Drug Administration's regulation of pharmaceuticals as an example of effective regulation."
Yeah, they're really effective. How many lawsuits are out there due to drugs/other products that were approved by the FDA then ended up being harmful to the user.
To this day, the ingredients in cannabis have killed noone.
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