Fifty years a medical cannabis patient in 2022
This Oct. 3, I'll be marking 50 years as a medical cannabis patient in America, and as a Wisconsin resident, that has meant a half century on the front lines of the war on drugs.
It was on Oct. 3, 1972. I was a 17-year old high school senior born with glaucoma. For 17 years I suffered eye pain and sensitivity and vision loss. Even after diagnosis as a small child, conventional medications were not fully controlling the disease. I'd smoked pot "recreationally" for about a year or so before when I could find some.
Flurry of cannabis-related activity as 2021-2022 enters final weeks: Dems offer substitute amendment legalizing cannabis to butane hash bill, Republicans offer medical cannabis bill
Madison: With just weeks remaining in the 2021-2022 Wisconsin legislative session, Sen. Mary Felzkowski, (R-Tomahawk) and Rep. Pat Snyder, (R-Schofield), joined by six other GOP colleagues in the Capitol's assembly Parlor to announce the introduction of medical cannabis legislation. Felzkowski had also sponsored similar legislation last session.