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Medical Marijuana & U.S. Supreme Court
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Medical Marijuana & U.S. Supreme Court

Medical Marijuana & U.S. Supreme Court

Medical Marijuana & U.S. Supreme Court
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Guests: Jeff Jones Executive Director, Oakland Cannabis Buyers Cooperative Calvina Fay Executive Director, Drug Free America Foundation Gina Pesulima Communications Director, Americans for Medical Rights The medical marijuana debate goes to the U.S. Supreme Court this week. A federal law says marijuana has no proper medical use and makes its distribution a crime. But those who support the use of medical marijuana say its a necessity to their health. On the next Talk of the Nation, join Juan Williams for a look at the medical marijuana case headed to the Supreme Court.

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