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Judge William Webb of Pasco County, Fl. Orders Bailiff to Handcuff Medical Cannabis Patient

My name Is Alfred Robinson and this is my story. I have been disabled since 1997 and prescribed opiates since sometime in the 80’s. From a work related injury to my back and neck. For some reason my pain management Doctor decided he was no longer going to practice. Fear

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U.S. Disabled Vet’s Home Burglarized Then Jailed For Growing Own Medication

Hello my name is Shaune Lawrence I am disabled. After serving my country for 10 years. In 1997 I fell through a Lumber Warehouse roof I had bi-lateral multiple femur fractures. Crushed patella’s (knees) both arms fractured, right wrist destroyed Carpel) both ankles crushed one being fused with 3″ titanium

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Marijuana (Cannabis) is Safe and Effective After 30 Years of Use

On November 20th, Irvin Rosenfeld will celebrate 30 years of receiving 10-12 Cannabis cigarettes from the United States Federal Government. He is the longest surviving of the final four Federal Medical Cannabis patients from a program that was started in 1978 and stopped under President H. W. Bush. He and

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Join IMPNC at Osceola Social Services: Women’s Health Seminar Event Oct. 30th

We will be at Osceola Social Services 1st Women’s Health Seminar at the Bohemian Hotel Celebration – Tuesday, October 30th from 12pm – 2pm. So if you will be in the area that day please stop by our booth that we are sharing with our friends at PUFMM (People United

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The House I Live In [Video]

This film won the Grand Jury Prize at Sundance 2012 for Documentary. It will have a Limited Release on October 5, 2012. An investigative look at America’s war on drugs and its impact on the criminal justice system, with a focus on the experiences of Nannie Jeter, a former employee

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