Cannabis Glut

May 17, 2018 by C. Scott McMillin

A big cannabusiness just purchased two hundred acres in Tularosa, Otero County, claiming that will eventually be the nation’s largest dedicated parcel.

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Controlling Cannabis

May 10, 2018 by C. Scott McMillin

That industry will do everything in its power to create and sustain the biggest possible population of chronic stoners.

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In the News: Return of the Gateway Theory

January 1, 2018 by C. Scott McMillin

Addictions are complex. Considering the various risk factors, it’s likely that marijuana will appear to act as a gateway to harder drugs for some users, but not others.

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Cannabusiness Update

December 28, 2017 by C. Scott McMillin

The next big step would be the appearance of cannabis products, edible and perhaps smoked, on the shelves of large chain retailers and pharmacies.

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Teens: Cannabis and Vaping Up; Cigarettes Down

December 25, 2017 by C. Scott McMillin

I assume high school is no less boring than it ever was, and it would be a real temptation for some kids to just stay buzzed throughout the school day, while earning praise for avoiding tobacco.

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Cancer, Cannabis, and the FDA

November 16, 2017 by C. Scott McMillin

The issue isn’t about getting stoned. It’s about whether the product is actually benefiting the customer who purchased it.

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Cannabis and the Political Class

October 30, 2017 by C. Scott McMillin

If we’re going to rely on science in decision-making, we should at least make certain it’s good science.

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Cannabis Treatment

July 13, 2017 by C. Scott McMillin

…we should be looking at modifying our historical approach to the addicted cannabis client, away from emphasis on legal consequences and mandated compliance, and towards a more patient-centered model.

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In the News: Stoned Driving

June 12, 2017 by C. Scott McMillin

So where does that leave us? Without a standard.

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Medical Cannabis Laws and Addiction

May 22, 2017 by C. Scott McMillin

Substance Use Disorders don’t appear overnight. People who develop them may use for months or years or even decades before they seek help.

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