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MY ANECDOTAL EVIDENCE FOR SOUTH CAROLINA

Anecdotal evidence is routinely referred to as “subjective, circumstantial, unreliable, untrustworthy, undependable, and sketchy.” My evidence is hard earned! It is not subjective! I am a veteran who served this country for 24 years and suffers from Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), wrestling with severe anger and violence issues. The descriptions of my symptoms and actions…
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Marijuana: Most Dangerous Drug In America

S.C. Attorney General Alan Wilson described marijuana (cannabis) as “the most dangerous drug” in America. These comments are disingenuous and disrespectful to over two million patients in America that use cannabis for medical purposes to treat debilitating conditions. In 2017 (the most recent year for which S.C. DHEC data is available), 1,001 people died of…
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Home for the Holidays?

Are you going home for the holidays?  It’s the day before Thanksgiving and the beginning of the holiday season.  There is a festive feeling that fills the air as many of us prepare to visit friends and family over the next few weeks.  The shopping.  The baking.  The eating! Being reunited with family who has…
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Hartsville Campaign For Compassion 2018

A Case for Medical Cannabis Legalization in South Carolina

Clemson Campaign For Compassion

Nov 4 Clemson 3-5 Charles K. Cheezem Education Center 100 Thomas Green Blvd, Clemson, SC 29631-2165, United States To discuss the proposed SC Compassionate Care Act, and the impact of a medical cannabis program in South Carolina. C. William Hinnant, Jr. MD JD FCLM Jonathon Hill Brent Jesmer