Missouri Statewide Conference On Marijuana Law Reform This Saturday
Category: News | Posted on Fri, November, 15th 2013 by THCFinder
Show-Me Cannabis and Missouri NORML will be hosting a statewide conference in downtown Kansas City, on Saturday, November 16th. The one-day conference will include speakers presenting on local and national efforts to create more just and sensible marijuana policies, including a possible Missouri ballot initiative in 2014 or 2016.
Speakers will include Neill Franklin, Executive Director of Law Enforcement Against Prohibition; Alison Holcomb, Criminal Justice Director of the ACLU-Washington; Dan Rush, Director of Cannabis Workers Rising of North America of the United Food and Commercial Workers (UFCW); as well as the Show-Me Cannabis board of directors and other local experts.
The conference will take place at EventPort 208 in the Crossroads Arts District, and an evening fundraiser will follow nearby.
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Parents demand medical marijuana for kids with relentless seizures
Category: Medical Marijuana | Posted on Fri, November, 15th 2013 by THCFinder
Kathy Taylor never expected at age 66 to be fighting for her grandson’s right to marijuana.
But that was before her grandson was stricken with relentless seizures which began around his first birthday. The spasms and convulsions cause his head to jerk violently and make his eyelids flutter and his eyes roll. They last up to 45 minutes.
Now nearly three, he takes powerful drugs that nauseate him and have caused severe weight loss. But his seizures continue.
Especially distressing to Taylor is how her grandson stopped singing nursery rhymes and has regressed intellectually.
“They can’t develop because their brain is dealing with non-stop seizures,” the Derry Twp. resident said. “You end up with a kid that’s disappearing right before your eyes.”
Taylor, a retired lawyer, is among a contingent of Harrisburg-area parents pushing for Pennsylvania to legalize marijuana for medical use. Many have children with severe seizure disorders
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