Over the last decade several states have passed legislation allowing the medical use of marijuana to treat a variety of illnesses and diseases. A number of organizations in this state are urging Georgia legislators to follow suit. One of which is the Georgia CARE Project–which stands for the Campaign for Access, Reform and Education. In a recent conversation Georgia CARE’s director, James Bell, spoke with WABE’s Steve Goss…
James Bell, director of Georgia CARE was interviewed Wednesday morning by WABE / 90.1FM Morning Edition’s (NPR) anchor Steve Goss. The topic: Medical Marijuana in Georgia. The segment will air Monday August 12 with a extended version online at WABE.
The popular cannabis blog “THEWEEDBLOG” shared news from Georgia. Last week Georgia CARE launched a campaign to establish medical cannabis in Georgia.
Wednesday August 7th, Georgia CARE director James Bell is scheduled to be interviewed by WABE / 90.1 FM about the campaign to be aired at a later date.