Project SAM reports on a new study that shows legal marijuana is causing an increase in car crashes.
Paul Larkin is a Senior Research Fellow at the Heritage Foundation. He recently published a policy paper. His thesis is that it is a mistake to claim that marijuana legalization disputes should be left to the states to resolve because the states have the right to regulate the practice of medicine. For 80 years, even
Over 100 Child Abuse Deaths Found Related to Cannabis, with Rise of Commercial Industry Child Neglect and Violence by Marijuana Impaired Parents are the Leading Causes Parents Opposed to Pot (POP), a nonprofit dedicated to exposing the dangers of marijuana, counts 113 child abuse deaths related to marijuana since states voted to legalize it in
The shocking ignorance about the health risks of cannabis, speaks to the need for education before Canada even considers legalization. Informed voters may vote against it, in fact.
A lifetime of memories is symbolized by this memorial quilt dedicated by families who lost loved ones to cannabis related illnesses and accidents. It honors all families who have suffered the incalculable loss of a loved one to drugs and a warning that marijuana does kill.
This public service warning was run by a grieving mom, who lost her son to cannabis.
LETTING GO OF MJ: A CYCLE OF ABUSE By J. Belsher After a decade of ups and downs this time was different. Ever since he met the love of his life, MJ, things were complicated. He obsessed about her day and night. At first she was kind to him, made him feel special,
Marijuana First, Heroin Last Our 17-year-old son Justin was a most unlikely victim of a heroin overdose when he died in 2008. He was an excellent student, athlete and extremely talented songwriter/musician on the verge of completing his first music album and facing a bright future. He died in his bedroom after snorting heroin just
Editor’s Note: Vermont bill H.511 was passed by the VT legislators and approved by Governor Scott (who was abundantly forewarned by parents, physicians, law enforcement groups, lawyers the consequences of legalizing home pot grows will have dire effects on the communities in Vermont, especially to the young people). Dear Members of Congress, I live in
Because pot is being legalized in more and more states, many young people assume it must be safe. However, when used by people whose brains are still developing (up to age 25), there is an increased risk of developing a mental illness. Recent studies have shown this vulnerability, and the tragic correlation is starkly illustrated