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Health Risk of Vaping
D&H Teen Blog: What are the Health Risks of Vaping?
Vaping, video
Kids Health- Vaping flavored pods

video, Vaping
The Doctor Is In: Answering Your Marijuana Questions
The Doctor Is In:  Answering Your Marijuana Questions

The Nation's Doctor, VADM Jerome M. Adams, M.D., answers top questions about marijuana. The U.S. Surgeon General addresses marijuana-related questions he often receives including those related to the chemical composition and potency of today’s marijuana, associated risks, and what parents and teachers can say to young people about marijuana.

surgeon General, video
DFAF: The Truth About Marijuana

pathway, heroin, opioid, video
Medical marijuana gets green light in Tampa

Snelling argued that not everyone using medical marijuana is severely ill, with symptoms like insomnia, mood swings and chronic itching qualifying for the drug. She said she is worried misuse will be widespread.
“Voting for something to be legalized as a medicine by popular vote or through legislative does not make it a prescription drug,” said Miller.

Tampa City Council, miller, video
Is Pot Losing Its Buzz in Colorado?

Now, as citizen groups attempt to put the brakes on the growing industry, a heated debate has emerged about the drug’s societal impact. Doctors report a spike in pot-related emergency room visits—mostly due to people accidentally consuming too much of potent edible pot products. Police face new cartel-related drug operations. Parents worry about marijuana being sold near their homes and schools. And less affluent communities like Pueblo struggle with the unintended consequences of becoming home to this emerging and controversial industry.
Groups serving the poor in Pueblo report a flood of homeless people arriving from other states. Local homeless shelter Posada, for instance, has witnessed a 47% jump in demand since 2014, including 1,200 people who reported to shelter workers that they came to smoke pot or get jobs in the industry, says Posada’s director, Anne Stattelman. She says her funding is tapped out. “It’s changed the culture of our community,” she says.
Since 2013, law officials say, they have busted 88 drug cartel operations across the state, and just last year law-enforcement made a bust that recovered $12 million in illegal marijuana. Adds Coffman: “That’s crime we hadn’t previously had in Colorado.”
Another surprise to many Coloradans is that a promised huge tax windfall to benefit schools hasn’t materialized. Of the $135 million generated in 2015, for example, $20 million goes to regulatory and public-safety efforts related to cannabis, $40 million funds small rural school construction projects, and the rest goes to youth drug prevention and abuse programs. That’s a drop in the bucket for a $6.2 billion education budget.
For a growing number of her neighbors, however, legalized marijuana is starting to feel like a really bad high.

Colorado, Pueblo, homeless, crime, Taxes, video
2016 12-13 FL Senate Health Policy Committee Workshop- Recommendations Article

Is it possible to regulate a plant that people can grow in their backyards? Questions to consider and recommendations for implementing Amendment 2 (legalizing 'medical' marijuana in Florida).
Written document

Amendment 2, Senate, video
Colorado Legalization

Governor Owens –
Four years ago, Colorado voted to legalize marijuana.
Colorado now leads the nation in the teen use of marijuana.
Marijuana edibles are marketed to children and marijuana-related traffic deaths have increased 62 percent.
Mayor Webb –
We were promised new money for education. Instead, that money has gone to marijuana regulation and the pot industry. Denver schools got nothing.
In one Colorado hospital, 50 percent of newborns tested had marijuana in their system.
Don’t repeat our terrible mistake.

Colorado, video, governor
Marijuana and Opioid Conncection
The Marijuana-Opioid Connection

Connection between legalization of marijuana and increase opioid addiction.
The effects of marijuana on the brain of an unborn child. Predisposing children for addiction. Here are the studies cited. 

Colorado, Pregnancy, opioid, video
Amendment 2- edibles
edibles, Amendment 2, video
Morgan YouTube
08/19/2016 John Morgan at The West End Trading Co. John Morgan At The West End Talking About Free Chicken John Morgan At The West End 2 John Morgan - Serial Killer Profile: John Morgan Unplugged

Morgan, video, youtube
Morgan Rant
Morgan, video
Does this sound like valid medicine?
2016 Amendment 2: "Does this sound like medicine?"

What is the reality of legalizing marijuana under the guise of a medicine?

video, Amendment 2, medicine
Morgan's Rant- Money or Medicine??

Does this sound like someone concerned about sick people?  What is he really compassionate about?  

news video clip, video, Morgan

Nothing has changed in over 5 years except pot has become more potent, more used, more harmful, more accepted AND still not medically approved. 

Saying "No" to Legal Marijuana?

Bertha Madras speak on the evidence that pot is not a medicine.  

video, madras, youth, Business, evidence
D.C.'s marijuana law, explained
Washington DC, Laws, video
Effects on Marijuana Use on Developing Adolescents
adolescent, Brain, Effects, ATTC, video
The Dabumentary on Dabbing Wax and BHO
video, dabbing, wax, BHO
Marijuana Effects on the Body

Also,   #no2pot

video, ATTC, body
Marijuana Effects on Body, Brain & Behavior
video, Volkow, NIDA, body, Brain, Behavior
Attorney John B. Morgan, Esq., Mayor of Orlando's Shadow Gov't
Attorney John B. Morgan, Esq., Mayor of Orlando's Shadow Gov't

Does this sound like someone who is concerned about your family member or sick people?  Sounds more like someone who wants legalize marijuana at all costs to our families, youth, highways, and communities.

Morgan, video, youtube
Sheriff Kevin Rambosk, Collier County SPEAKS OUT against Amendment 2

Medical marijuana vacation destination?  Is this what we want in Florida?  Will it be safe at our amusement parks?

video, law enforcement, Sheriff
Stoners on the job: Nearly 10% of Americans went to work high
video, workplace, Business
John Morgan Unplugged
'Yes on 2' Campaign Chairman, John Morgan, Unplugged and Uncensored with subtitles

John Morgan "Unplugged" after a debate in Polk County.

Morgan, video
Seattle pot co-op sued by Hershey's for trademark infringement
video, candy, Washington
Deadly Impact of Medical Marijuana in Colorado
video, statistics, crime, Colorado, Death
NIDA's Dr. Nora Volkow Discusses Marijuana's Effects on the Brain, Body & Behavior
video, youth, Brain, body, Behavior
Flashpoint discusses 'medical' marijuana
Morgan, news video clip, video
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