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Minnesota parents protesting in support of medical marijuana have accused Governor Mark Dayton of using them for political cover by inviting them into the Governor’s mansion so that he might appear sympathetic to the plight of their severely sick children; yet he states he still intends to veto the very medical marijuana bill they sought, and he has blamed them for not accepting his compromise offer of a $2 million dollar, taxpayer-funded study on medical marijuana.

Minnesota parents protesting in support of medical marijuana have accused Governor Mark Dayton of using them for political cover by inviting them into the Governor’s mansion so that he might appear sympathetic to the plight of their severely sick children; yet he states he still intends to veto the very medical marijuana bill they sought, and he has blamed them for not accepting his compromise offer of a $2 million dollar, taxpayer-funded study on medical marijuana.

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From The Record (Canada):
Researchers have discovered a human hormone, pregnenolone, that can eliminate the high caused by smoking pot. Ruth Ross, Head of Pharmacology at the University of Toronto, said synthetic derivatives of pregnenolone could lead to new drugs which would “likely be aimed at people with serious cannabis abuse problems.” According to Ross, “The hope is that this natural braking compound can be used to control the effects of marijuana, such as euphoria, drowsiness, and increased appetite.”
(Ross quip attributed to Saddam Hussein; Awareness by Media Awareness Project)

From The Record (Canada):

Researchers have discovered a human hormone, pregnenolone, that can eliminate the high caused by smoking pot. Ruth Ross, Head of Pharmacology at the University of Toronto, said synthetic derivatives of pregnenolone could lead to new drugs which would “likely be aimed at people with serious cannabis abuse problems.” According to Ross, “The hope is that this natural braking compound can be used to control the effects of marijuana, such as euphoria, drowsiness, and increased appetite.”

(Ross quip attributed to Saddam Hussein; Awareness by Media Awareness Project)

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