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 March 1, 2013

After learning about the benefits of medical marijuana legislation at a public forum in December, we were inspired to produce and share this short video. We strongly encourage you to watch it and to give this issue serious consideration in 2013.

The video features interviews with three West Virginia residents: Ken Robidoux, an epilepsy patient whose doctors recommended he use medical marijuana; Dr. Paul Clancy, an emergency room physician; and West Virginia University Professor James Nolan, a retired police lieutenant and former FBI unit chief.

We hope you find this video educational and useful, and that you will be inspired to learn more and become a supporter of HB 2230.

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Johnny Green is a marijuana activist from Oregon. He has a Bachelor's Degree in Public Policy. Follow Johnny Green on Facebook and Twitter. Also, feel free to email any concerns.
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  • Josh

    Hopefully this will pass to help those who are sick. It is time to legalize and not demonize something that has the potential to help so many and get people off of pills. There is an epidemic here with pills that wouldnt be nearly as bad as it is if marijuana was legal

    • M. Simon

      I’m not against pills. I’m not against pot. I’m for what ever works. And only the patients can decide what level of effectiveness and what kind of side effects are acceptable. “With malice towards none…”

      The endocannabinoid system is a major regulator in the body implicated in almost all diseases including cancer.

      Medical Marijuana prohibition is a crime against humanity and a violation of the religious precept – heal the sick.

      Pass it on.