HastingsLove wrote:Thanks, but I don't know the number to the lawyer willing to have an in-depth conversation about the legality of medical marijuana and how it is viewed by law schools (especially for free/She's broke).
As for all this hate. I won't be responding to anyone else who posts something that clearly is of no help to this debate. If anyone has any info, knows a medical marijuana patient going to LS that grows, or thinks there is no way Hastings would be cool with this, or that they would be cool with it, I would be happy to have a healthy conversation about it.
Okay serious question: You indicated (vaguely) that in this situation "your friend" is using cannabis to treat chronic pain. How would they treat their pain during the day (classes, exams, studying) without being under the influece every waking hour? Having an answer to questions like these would be necessary for "your friend" to convince anyone that their use is not recreational in nature.
Also, I got a bad back. Doctor says I need a backiotomy. Would this qualify me for medicinal marijuana?
Wake up, then go right to class, then smoke, then take two hours off, then study, then smoke, then sleep. Repeat.
Simply only smoke after going to class, and after you finished studying for the day.
Wake up then go right to class, then take one hit (nothing for a seasoned vet, but enough to alleviate symptoms), then take a short break, then study for hours, then smoke.
Smoke when necessary, and work hard regardless, but never smoke before an exam. End up where you end up, but with less pain, and an extra 10k in your pocket, every year.
Also, this is clearly not going to help her 24/7, however, it will help a lot. Furthermore, she can also take the harmful drug thourghout the day, and only smoke at night. So she can kind of have it both ways.