Could Legalization Really Work?

Could Legalization Really Work?

This month I made my first visit to the famed Red-Light District of Amsterdam, which hosts numerous marijuana-selling coffee shops and legal prostitution. Legalization advocates point to Amsterdam as evidence that legalization works, at least for marijuana. Legalization critics, such as former White House Drug Czar Gil Kerlikowske, believe instead that Dutch policy is flawed, generating(…)

Payroll Company Explains Marijuana and Employment Rights

Payroll Company Explains Marijuana and Employment Rights

ADP is the largest payroll provider in North America. Currently, 23 states and the District of Columbia permit the medicinal use of marijuana. Two states also permit the recreational use of marijuana. Understanding how these laws affect an employer’s desire to maintain a drug-free workplace can be a challenge for businesses of all sizes. The(…)

Forget The Pills

Forget The Pills

Not much of a story, I get sick regularly. So pills were my second food I ate so many pills I got sick and tired of it. I had cancer at a young age that could have been cured by cannabis, but instead cemotheapy which took my ability to reproduce! Then meningitis from the metal(…)

Legislative Opinion: “Clarifying” the Michigan Medical Marihuana Act

Legislative Opinion: “Clarifying” the Michigan Medical Marihuana Act

The MPO does not advocate Democratic or Republicans, only supporters of a compassionate and respectful leadership. We support politicians and government leaders that have an honest respect for the message voters approved in 2008 called the Michigan Medical Marihuana Act. Our State law provides for express, and absolute protection from State criminal prosecution. The Marijuana Patients(…)

Senator Pappageorge Endorses Legalized Cannabis For Michigan

Senator Pappageorge Endorses Legalized Cannabis For Michigan

Many drugs that could provide effective treatments for terminally ill patients take years to be approved. Senator Pappageorge recently introduced legislation that would allow patients with an advanced illness access to these experimental drugs to include marijuana. Senate Bill 991 creates the “Right to Try Act,” which would let patients use investigational drugs, biological products(…)