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The Medical Marijuana Mess: A Prescription for Fixing a Broken Policy

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20 pages21 minutes

Summary

The uncertainty and inconsistency surrounding federal and state laws for medical marijuana use, distribution, and research is placing unnecessary obstacles in the way of suffering patients, their families, and the people trying to help them.

In The Medical Marijuana Mess, senior fellow John Hudak illustrates the extreme dysfunction of medical marijuana policy through two different narratives: the Collins’, who make the painful choice to split up their family in order to treat their daughter’s debilitating epilepsy with CBD oil, and Rabbi Jeffrey Kahn, a medical marijuana dispensary owner who encountered unimaginable obstacles, scrutiny, and personal liability in order to help other patients in need.

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