Under the Radar: Medicating in a Prohibition State
By Ben Miller
For a comparatively small number of U.S. citizens, accessing cannabis can be as simple as walking down the street to a recreational or medical dispensary and purchasing enough high-quality cannabis to last until they decide to go back and get more — no questions asked.
Yet, for anyone who doesn’t live in a state where marijuana is legal for recreational use or permitted for medical use, it’s a precarious and potentially dangerous game where the rules change depending on where it’s played.
Though the law prohibits possessing even the slightest amount of marijuana on your person – let alone consuming it – there are still many who risk breaking the law in order to enjoy it. But, why would someone willingly put themselves in danger of being sent to jail just to smoke a little weed?
Well, for some, it’s the only thing that allows them to get out of bed in the morning.
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