“Cannabis is no quick fix for opioids,” said Dr. Yifrah Kaminer, child and adolescent psychologist at UConn Health. “There is no reason to use cannabis to fix the opioid epidemic. This is a desperate and confused effort of people because we don’t have good research to address the opioid epidemic.” Click here for Story […]
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Western Region IV Prevention Professionals! Fayette County Drug & Alcohol Commission, Inc. is hosting a training : 12 Step Programs: April 15th, 2019 Training announcement .
UN International Narcotics Control Board Slams Marijuana Legalization Efforts
The Commonwealth Prevention Alliance takes a strong stand when it comes to legalization of recreational marijuana. In fact, one board committee is dedicated solely to anti-legalization advocacy, and has been hard at work in recent months. They have developed a position paper which can be found on the CPA website which highlights the facts that […]
Guest Contribution: “Marijuana Abuse: Increasing the Likelihood of the use of Harder Substances”
An Act amending the act of April 17, 2016 (P.L.84, No.16), known as the Medical Marijuana Act, further providing for title of act; providing for general provisions for act; in preliminary provisions, further providing for short title, for declaration of policy and for definitions; in program, further providing for program established, for confidentiality and public […]
If Weed Is Medicine, So Is Budweiser – The Wall Street Journal