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Colorado ER Doc Says “Recreational” Pot Has Ruined My Town

Feb 05, 2019 03:47 pm

Illinois Family Institute 30 January 2019
Family First Comment:  “She warns about the danger of edibles, the increase in homelessness and chronic absenteeism in schools, and the strain and drain on social service agencies, law enforcement, medical facilities and professionals, and taxpayers. Drawing from her emergency room experience with adolescents, Dr. Randall discusses the alarming trend toward cannabis use disorder, psychotic episodes, and schizophrenia in younger users.” 
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Marijuana – is it a harmless plant, a medically beneficial substance, or a dangerous, destructive drug? Depending on who you ask, the answer will vary widely.

Dr. Karen Randall speaks to this question based on her experience as an ER physician and a resident of Pueblo, Colorado. This community has first-hand knowledge of the devastating effects of legalized marijuana for “medical” and recreational use.

Dr. Randall explains the science that proves the marijuana of today is not the same as the comparatively low-potency pot that baby boomers smoked in the sixties and seventies. She warns about the danger of edibles, the increase in homelessness and chronic absenteeism in schools, and the strain and drain on social service agencies, law enforcement, medical facilities and professionals, and taxpayers. Drawing from her emergency room experience with adolescents, Dr. Randall discusses the alarming trend toward cannabis use disorder, psychotic episodes, and schizophrenia in younger users.

Liberal leaders and legislators don’t want you to hear what Dr. Randall has to say. Unless we want to suffer the same fate as Pueblo and the state of Colorado, we must spread the truth about legalized recreational marijuana. Please share this video with family and friends!
https://illinoisfamily.org/marijuana-2/er-doc-says-recreational-pot-has-ruined-my-town/

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15 Portland middle-schoolers sent home after ingesting marijuana edibles

Feb 05, 2019 01:51 pm

Oregon Live 3 February 2019
Family First Comment: The marijuana industry is not concerned in the health of your children.
“She said two students brought the marijuana to the school in “dessert snack” form.”
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Two Portland eighth-graders face disciplinary action after school officials say the pair supplied marijuana edibles to more than a dozen classmates.

Fifteen students at Harriet Tubman Middle School likely ingested the drug Wednesday, a district spokesman confirmed Saturday. Officials notified parents the same day of the incident.

“This of deep concern to us, and we are committed to ensuring our students understand the risks associated with any drug, including marijuana, and are safe in our schools,” spokesman Harry Esteve said in a statement provided to The Oregonian/OregonLive. He did not specify if the district’s count of 15 students included the two who supplied the drugs.

When school leaders learned what had happened, they immediately launched an investigation to identify all the students involved, he said. They also contacted police. Esteve said the two students who provided the marijuana are now going through the school’s disciplinary process. It’s not clear whether all the students knew the edibles contained marijuana.

The recreational use of marijuana is illegal in Oregon for anyone younger than 21.

The incident came to light after Harriet Tubman Principal Natasha Butler sent an email to parents Wednesday describing what happened. She said two students brought the marijuana to the school in “dessert snack” form.
READ MORE: https://www.oregonlive.com/news/2019/02/15-portland-middle-schoolers-sent-home-after-ingesting-marijuana-edibles.html

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