The Argument for Marijuana in the Health Care System NPR's Melissa Block talks with Marsha Cohen, law professor at Hastings College of the Law at University of California, who argues that marijuana for medical use should be distributed through the health care system.
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The Argument for Marijuana in the Health Care System

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The Argument for Marijuana in the Health Care System

The Argument for Marijuana in the Health Care System

The Argument for Marijuana in the Health Care System

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NPR's Melissa Block talks with Marsha Cohen, law professor at Hastings College of the Law at University of California, who argues that marijuana for medical use should be distributed through the health care system.