I'm going to talk to you about the legal justification for Tennessee to expand cannabis for certain sick Tennesseans. I believe I can prove to you if I had enough time that a prohibition on the cannabis plant was an unjust law from the beginning. So first of all the justification of what I'm doing, the justification starts with one thing. First of all, it was prevalent and commonplace in society for 5,000 years that we can trace humankind and nothing was bad. The next justification of what I'm doing is: America is there. In a poll from January 11th of this year, 91 percent of the general public voters in America say the cannabis plant ought to be available to sick people.
"All Health Care Is Local: Exploring the Roles of Cities and States in Health Care Delivery and Reform Keynote #1,"
Belmont Health Law Journal: Vol. 2, Article 2.
Available at: https://repository.belmont.edu/healthlaw/vol2/iss1/2