PHOENIX NEW TIMES | RAY STERN | AUGUST 27, 2018
A legal rights group is suing Maricopa County Attorney Bill Montgomery over his lucrative program with a drug treatment firm that targets cannabis consumers and punishes impoverished people more than others.
Civil Rights Corps, based in Washington, D.C., filed a complaint this week in Arizona U.S. […]Continue Reading →
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by Ray Stern |January 5, 2018
Stay strong, Arizona medical-marijuana patients. U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions and local authorities have little power to stop you from consuming, possessing, or even growing cannabis under state law.
The 2010 Arizona Medical Marijuana Act contains a sort of “Dracula clause”: If freedom-hating prohibitionists […]Continue Reading →
from Phoenix New Times
RAY STERN | DECEMBER 15, 2017 Maricopa County Attorney Bill Montgomery was one of the most vocal opponents of the Arizona Medical Marijuana Act in 2010, and fought hard to kill it after voters made it the law of the land. This week, his years-long crusade to overturn the law […]
BRUCE BARCOTT, deputy director of Leafly
July 27, 2017
The Senate Appropriations approved an amendment to protect state medical marijuana patients this morning, delivering a setback to Attorney General Jeff Sessions. In May, Sessions delivered a letter to Congress specifically requesting that leaders reject that budget amendment, known as the Rohrabacher-Blumenauer amendment.
The amendment, led by Sen. Patrick […]Continue Reading →
Posted: Saturday, December 3, 2016 10:30 am
Howard Fischer Capitol Media Services
PHOENIX — Claiming the state is hoarding funds, two medical marijuana users want a judge to reduce the annual charge for the legally required registration cards.
In legal papers filed here, the attorney for Yolanda Daniels and Lisa Becker points out […]
By Andrew Harris – Aug 22, 2014 Bloomberg.com
America is two nations when it comes to marijuana: in one it’s legal, in the other it’s not. The result is that people like B.J. Patel are going to jail.
The 34-year-old Arizona man may face a decade in prison and deportation following an arrest in 2012. On a trip […]Continue Reading →
By Matthew Hendley – Phoenix New Times, Mon., Apr. 7 2014
People from the Phoenix chapter of the National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws (NORML) are going to try to force a recall of Republican Senator Kimberly Yee.
Yee, who’s been one of the biggest opponents of Arizona’s voter-approved medical-marijuana law, is being targeted after blocking […]Continue Reading →
By Ray Stern Tue., Mar. 4 2014, Phoenix New Times
Records show that the Republican county attorney will continue to try to saddle one of the valid patients with a felony conviction.
But before we tell you […]Continue Reading →
TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) –
Those licenced to cultivate medical marijuana said abandoned and empty warehouses in Tucson would be the perfect sites for them to cultivate the crop and turn the eyesores into lucrative, money-making operations for the city.
In order to do that, the city […]Continue Reading →
By Dr. Gina Mecagni, Fri Nov 22, 2013
As medical students at Georgetown University, we were indoctrinated with the traditions and values of our attending physicians. It was there that I was taught how to care for patients. It was there that I first heard and would hear repeatedly throughout my […]Continue Reading →
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