BY PETER HECHT DESERT HOT SPRINGS Two years ago, in this desolate Coachella Valley town surrounded by scraggly mesquite, voters heartily endorsed marijuana as a cure for their ailing economy. For decades, Desert Hot Springs had relied on its steaming mineral waters to lure tourists to local motelsRead More →

From This article originally appeared on AlterNet. By Valery Tarico Most Americans, even many who are not very religious, look forward to Christmas as a time to celebrate warmth, friendship, generosity and good cheer. Familiar festivities weave together stories and traditions from many cultures, which makes it easy toRead More →

Melanie Lindsay in POLITICS Mar 2, 2015 10:34am I would be lying if I said every patient to whom I tended had a demonstrated medical need for medical cannabis. That being said, having witnessed first-hand the intricacies of this dynamic and groundbreaking industry, I am thoroughly convinced the benefitsRead More →

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