Cannabis Rights


In the United States there are 33 states where medical cannabis is legal, but NOT South Carolina, and here is the single biggest reason why: At a recent hearing of the Medical Affairs Committee in the South Carolina Legislature where the topic was legalizing medical cannabis, Chief Mark Keel, Chief of the SC Law Enforcement […]

Cannabis News

South Carolina and CBD: What the Present Looks Like for the State’s Cannabis Laws

In 2014, the South Carolina General Assembly passed Senate Bill 1035. It allowed the use, selling, and buying of CBD hemp oil as long as the oil itself contained as little as 0.3% of THC (tetrahydrocannabinol). CBD hemp oil is a recognized co-product of hemp-based production, and legally, it has the same status as hemp-based […]

2nd Annual Medical Cannabis Conference at MUSC

Registration opens at 7:30 am RSVP on Facebook, and AllEvents Get tickets on EventBrite, and EMedEvents The South Carolina Board of Examiners in Psychology will approve 8.0 Category A credits. The South Carolina Board of Social Work Examiners will approve approximately 8.0 hours of designated credit. The South Carolina Board of Examiners for Licensure of Professional Counselors, Marriage and […]


The Second Annual Medical Cannabis Conference at MUSC

Dr. Ethan Russo (KEYNOTE SPEAKER) Please join us for the 2nd Annual Update on Medical Cannabis. At this conference, experts will review the most current evidence-based science and how that translates to clinical research, legislation and medical practice. Attendees can expect to learn through engaging lectures, discussions, and case vignettes with a variety of medical […]

Field Work Progress

Sine Die

The literal translation is “without day,” but the meaning is “without assigning a future date for a meeting or hearing.” Yesterday was the day our state legislature calls “sine die” which signals the last day of the regular session for the year. At the Statehouse, it was an intense day of brokering last-minute compromises between […]