Eddy Lepp is a Vietnam War Veteran and medical marijuana activist who grew medical marijuana for patients in Northern California. He gave away free marijuana to those who needed it most. In 2008 he was sentenced by Federal Judge Marilyn Patel to ten years in federal prison. Although he has ...
September 25, 2010Daily Dose
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September 23, 2010Daily Dose
Recent California appellate court decision rejected distribution bans based on federal preemption
September 21, 2010Daily Dose
Opening Statements in Jackson Second Medical Marijuana Trial to Begin Monday Defense denied, supporters restricted, unfair trial continues By: Eugene Davidovich SAN DIEGO – Monday, September 20, 2010 opening statements in the second medical marijuana trial of Jovan Jackson are expected to begin at 9:00 am in Department 15. Pre trial motions have ...
September 20, 2010Daily Dose
The Department of Veterans Affairs adopted a policy that will allow patients treated at its hospitals & clinics to use medical marijuana.
August 25, 2010Daily Dose
PRESS RELEASE** Americans for Safe Access **For Immediate Release:* August 18, 2010 *Contact:* ASA Chief Counsel Joe Elford 415-573-7842 or ASA Media Santa Ana, CA* -- California's Fourth District Court of Appeal issued a long-awaited ruling today, choosing not to decide whether localities can ban medical marijuana distribution, and remanding the case back to Orange County Superior ...
August 19, 2010Daily Dose
Certainly hemp has every reason to be used; not only as a food source, but as a bio-fuel, as paper, oils, and of course, our clothing, and everything else we use petroleum for. If we care enough about what we put in our body, perhaps we should consider what we put ...
August 9, 2010Sam Sabzehzar
This is what separates us from people who just have a headache. They take a Tylenol. 2 hours from now, they're fine, they move on. Someone with a chronic illness doesn't walk away from that illness. We live with that the rest of our lives, we deal with it the ...
June 22, 2010Daily Dose
My name is Irvin Rosenfeld and I'm the longest surviving federal medical cannabis patient in the United States. In 1972 to 1982 I took on the federal government and in '82 I became the second patient in the country to receive cannabis from the federal government.
June 22, 2010Daily Dose