SUPREME COURT: CAMPUS-Can’t arrest students for using medical marijuana

Precedent Set: State Supreme Court Rules Police Can’t Arrest Students for Using Medical Marijuana on Campus

The Arizona State Supreme Court ruled this week that college students who are medical marijuana users will no longer have to live in fear of being arrested and labeled as felony drug users if they are caught on campus with their medicine. The ruling also has national implications in states where cannabis is legal for medicinal use but possession on campus is not.

The fight for justice in Arizona was led by Arizona State University (ASU) student Andre Maestas. His dorm room was raided in March 2015, and .6 grams of cannabis and paraphernalia were found. Despite having an MMJ card, Maestas was charged with felony possession of marijuana.

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VLA Comment: Every child is damaged to some extent by early childhood vaccines.  As youths they feel depressed, anxious, and labeled as ADHD, OCD, Bi Polar, etc.  Cannibas appears to be a natural remedy to asuage the physical and mental pain.

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