Larry Smith has been battling Parkinson’s disease for over 20 years. He exhausted every conventional method of treatment before gaining relief from medical marijuana.
When the Justice Department released a memorandum in 2014 encouraging U.S. attorneys to not prevent the cultivation and selling of cannabis by Native Americans on sovereign lands, they likely didn’t realize it would only be a year before the nation’s first pot resort cropped up. In South Dakota, the plans by the Santee Sioux include
As a supporter of medical marijuana (as well as a long-time, doctor-recommended patient), and with a great desire to see sanity restored to our nation’s drug laws, here are my recommendations for today’s voting. Help restore and/or maintain sanity by going out and voting today!
SIOUX FALLS, S.D. — An effort to give patients suffering from a debilitating medical condition legal access to marijuana went up in smoke just four years ago, but the ballot measure’s main supporter and opponent both say it has a good chance of passing this year.