Medical marijuana: City of Mesa clears way for new ‘Mormon Trail’
Back in the early 1980s, I interviewed an old rancher who lived in Dragoon, Arizona for a feature story about rural Cochise County. His 1800s stone ranch house was decorated … Continue reading
Marketing medical marijuana? A new ‘U’ can help you
While the Arizona Bar Association diddles around trying to decide whether or not they will represent would-be medical marijuana businesses and while bureaucrats cook up regulatory roadblocks, at least one … Continue reading
Medical marijuana: Arizona Bar Association clarifies stance on legal representation
Over the weekend, the Arizona Bar Association issued a press release reiterating that they really haven’t made up their minds what to do about legal representation for would-be medical marijuana … Continue reading
Medical marijuana: Is Arizona a ‘nanny state’ or a ‘free market’ state?
Arizona bureaucrats are wringing their hands over the implementation of Prop 203– the medical marijuana law that voters approved in November 2010. The roadblocks that bureaucrats like Pima County Attorney … Continue reading
Medical marijuana: Is the Arizona Bar Association obstructing justice?
The Arizona Bar Association recently announced that Arizona lawyers may not be able to assist would-be clients who have a legal problem related to the state’s new medical marijuana law. … Continue reading
Alcohol and marijuana: The xenophobic origins of prohibition
Prohibition of alcohol by adoption of the 18th Amendment to the US Constitution in 1920 was a xenophobic measure, as much as a temperance movement, according to Last Call, a … Continue reading
LaWall continues campaign against medical marijuana
Pima County Attorney Barbara LaWall and other attorneys from her office are continuing their campaign against medical marijuana, which is on the November 2 ballot as Prop 203. LaWall and … Continue reading