Cartoon: Vote on medical marijuana
“The Gazette is the future. Impressive execution of the marijuana issue and especially applaud their partnering with another news organization to increase their depth of coverage. It’s that kind of forward thinking that assures the Gazette will lead the future.”
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“I felt that marijuana calmed me down better and made me relax a lot more than over-the-counter drugs,” Doe said. “It was more effective than melatonin or other drugs.”
One Oklahoma native’s family moved to Colorado so her son could benefit from that state’s medical marijuana laws.
To see a person in their final days need a morphine drip should be enough for anyone to realize another form of pain treatment should be allowed if available.
“If you’re walking down the street and you smell weed, that’s not uncommon,” she said.
“Over the next 10 years, we’re going see marijuana descheduled and we’re going to see hemp farms everywhere,” Echo-Hawk predicted.
Oklahomans for Health is gathering signatures on a second petition in an attempt to make medical marijuana legal in the state.