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The Legal Aftermath of Medical Marijuana

It's hard to imagine that marijuana can be the subject of a scholarly legal article, but the Lewis & Clark Law Review gave it a try and did a nice job.  Raich v. Gonzales disallowed the use of medical marijuana, much to the frustration of some Californians. 

Here's a law review article that gives the arguments in favor of allowing use of the drug.  Here is the government's Supreme Court brief filed against its use.

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