Supreme Court Invalidates Pot Doc Gag Order

Wired News
Despite this week’s refusal by the Supreme Court to uphold
gag orders against doctors who tell their patients about the benefits of
marijuana, AIDS and cancer sufferers still have a long way to go before
they can smoke their pot in peace.
I don’t think this is a big victory for medical marijuana," said Vikram
Amar, a law professor at the University of California Hastings College
of the Law . "Unless the federal government can’t criminalize its
use or cultivation, big deal. Doctors can recommend it, but no one can
act on the recommendation."
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