The integration of cannabis into the society will have far-reaching impacts - not as a result of people consuming it, but as a result of people understanding it. The emerging legitimate cannabis market and industry impacts the society, the culture, and the economy. As a writer, lobbyist, and policy wonk, Kate Cholewa offers a broad perspective for those both inside and outside the movement and industry.
The buzz beyond the buzz
Maybe you’ve read about him in the news. He’s the Montana martyr of the medical marijuana movement. The guy is sick. He has physical pain. He’s running a business. He set up traveling clinics. He built the medical marijuana market in Montana. He brought in doctors who hit that referral pad hard.
Are those docs bad docs, or are they renegades? Are they good doctors who, based on the evidence that they’ve seen, have determined that marijuana is no big deal, especially in the grand scheme and in comparison with so much. Maybe being broad-minded in the signature department didn’t violate one thing these doctors know to be true about medicine, and they’re making that point with the power that they have, and picking up some dineros along the way.
Righting a wrong and getting paid for the pleasure.
Jason Christ vaped at the Seattle airport.
Jason Christ smoked a bowl in front of the Montana State Capital
Jason Christ created a moderate faction of the medical cannabis movement by providing an extreme.