My cousin chose to medicate his terminal cancer with cannabis. In response, his mother chose to call the police. Despite medical cannabis not yet having been enacted in New York at the time, the officers left soon after they arrived without taking any further action. They had observed the critical nature of his condition and made the compassionate choice.
What would convince someone like my aunt to think that consuming cannabis is a dangerous activity at worst or misguided at best?
More importantly, how can you persuade someone who has such misconceptions about cannabis to reconsider their perspective?
– Read the entire article at Benzinga.