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Let’s see, who would be best qualified to resolve medical issues?

The federal government seems to think it’s the DEA, and they’re wrong. It’s time for all medical associations like this one to speak up, and assert their authority.

CANTON – Allegations that a Madrid doctor over prescribed narcotics and other painkillers should have been dealt with by his fellow physicians and not the criminal justice […]

Medical Marijuana – the road to true impairment analysis

As this legal article points out, medical marijuana is causing some consternation within businesses who use suspicionless drug testing. An important court case is pending on this and there’s likely to be more legal action in the future.

In the meantime, as the Oregon Court of Appeals articulated in Washburn, here’s what is at issue:

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Marat Sade

This is off-topic for drug policy reform, but I thought I’d let you know more about my current extra-curricular project. I am musical director and performing in a production of “The Persecution and Assassination of Jean-Paul Marat as Performed by the Inmates of the Asylum of Charenton under the Direction of the Marquis de Sade” […]

Feeding the trolls

It’s pretty exciting to have reached a level of visibility and power in the blogosphere that I can attract trolls. It’s been, in some ways, a novel treat, and for our commenters, it’s been an opportunity to do a little practice. However, there’s a limit to the value of responding to trolls, because they aren’t […]