By September 22, 2014 Read More →

Medical marijuana advocates march to Charleston

Charleston Daily Mail photo by Billy Wolfe Ras Ible, Jaymes Hostter and Cody Ross turned heads as they made the 50-mile trek from Huntington to the state Capitol in support of medical marijuana legalization. They set out on foot Tuesday with their “cannabulance” and camping supplies. “We’re for medical marijuana because it can save lives,” Ible said. “Recreational, that’s someone else’s game.” Twenty-three states and Washington D.C. allow cannabis products to be used in medical treatment. It remains illegal under federal law and West Virginia state law.

Charleston Daily Mail photo by Billy Wolfe
Ras Ible, Jaymes Hostter and Cody Ross turned heads as they made the 50-mile trek from Huntington to the state Capitol in support of medical marijuana legalization. They set out on foot Tuesday with their “cannabulance” and camping supplies. “We’re for medical marijuana because it can save lives,” Ible said. “Recreational, that’s someone else’s game.” Twenty-three states and Washington D.C. allow cannabis products to be used in medical treatment. It remains illegal under federal law and West Virginia state law.

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