The Supreme Court ruled that the federal government may prosecute people who use medical marijuana, even if their state law says the treatment is legal. We explore the court's decision, what it means for the states — and for patients who now use marijuana.
David Savage, Supreme Court reporter for The Los Angeles Times
Mike McGrath, attorney general for the state of Montana
Robert Raich, a lead attorney representing Angel Raich and Diane Monson in the Supreme Court Case involving medical marijuana use; husband of Angel Raich
Calvina Fay, executive director of the Drug Free America Foundation