Medical Marijuana Photos on Townhall

  •  - 
              A man carries a sign showing support of a ballot measure that would legalize medical marijuana in the state at the Arkansas state Capitol in Little Rock, Ark., Thursday, Oct. 18, 2012.

    A man carries a sign showing support of a ballot measure that would legalize medical marijuana in the state at the Arkansas state Capitol in Little Rock, Ark., Thursday, Oct. 18, 2012.

    Posted: 10/18/2012 4:08:29 PM EST
    A man carries a sign showing support of a ballot measure that would legalize medical marijuana in the state at the Arkansas state Capitol in Little Rock, Ark., Thursday, Oct. 18, 2012. (AP Photo/Danny Johnston)
  •  - 
              Television personality Montel Williams signs autographs for supporters of a ballot measure that would legalize medical marijuana in the state at the Arkansas state Capitol in Little Roc

    Television personality Montel Williams signs autographs for supporters of a ballot measure that would legalize medical marijuana in the state at the Arkansas state Capitol in Little Roc

    Posted: 10/18/2012 4:08:29 PM EST
    Television personality Montel Williams signs autographs for supporters of a ballot measure that would legalize medical marijuana in the state at the Arkansas state Capitol in Little Rock, Ark., Thursday, Oct. 18, 2012. (AP Photo/Danny Johnston)
  •  - 
              CORRECTS SPELLING TO MONTEL - Television personality Montel Williams speaks to supporters of a ballot measure that would legalize medical marijuana in the state at the Arkansas state Ca

    CORRECTS SPELLING TO MONTEL - Television personality Montel Williams speaks to supporters of a ballot measure that would legalize medical marijuana in the state at the Arkansas state Ca

    Posted: 10/18/2012 4:08:29 PM EST
    CORRECTS SPELLING TO MONTEL - Television personality Montel Williams speaks to supporters of a ballot measure that would legalize medical marijuana in the state at the Arkansas state Capitol in Little Rock, Ark., Thursday, Oct. 18, 2012. (AP Photo/Danny Johnston)
  •  - 
              FILE - In this Feb. 1, 2011 file photo, medical marijuana patient Douglas Klann, left, is shown bags of marijuana by clerk Jason Matthys at Harborside Health Center in Oakland, Calif. A

    FILE - In this Feb. 1, 2011 file photo, medical marijuana patient Douglas Klann, left, is shown bags of marijuana by clerk Jason Matthys at Harborside Health Center in Oakland, Calif. A

    Posted: 10/10/2012 8:08:25 PM EST
    FILE - In this Feb. 1, 2011 file photo, medical marijuana patient Douglas Klann, left, is shown bags of marijuana by clerk Jason Matthys at Harborside Health Center in Oakland, Calif. An Oakland medical marijuana dispensary that bills itself as the world's largest has gained a powerful ally in its fight to stop the federal government from shutting it down: the city government. The city of Oakland has filed a federal lawsuit that seeks to prevent the U.S. Department of Justice from using its property seizure powers to get Harborside Health Center evicted. (AP Photo/Jeff Chiu, file)
  •  - Los Angeles Police Chief Beck addresses the Los Angeles City Council during a public discussion regarding a proposed ban on medical marijuana dispensaries in Los Angeles

    Los Angeles Police Chief Beck addresses the Los Angeles City Council during a public discussion regarding a proposed ban on medical marijuana dispensaries in Los Angeles

    Posted: 10/5/2012 1:48:20 AM EST
    Los Angeles Police Chief Charlie Beck addresses the Los Angeles City Council during a public discussion regarding a proposed ban on medical marijuana dispensaries in Los Angeles, California, July 24, 2012. REUTERS/Jonathan Alcorn
  •  - A man stands in front of a medical marijuana dispensary in Los Angeles

    A man stands in front of a medical marijuana dispensary in Los Angeles

    Posted: 9/27/2012 5:47:52 PM EST
    A man stands in front of a medical marijuana dispensary in Los Angeles, California, July 24, 2012. REUTERS/Jonathan Alcorn
  •  - 
              FILE - This June 3, 2012 file photo shows actor Paul Michael Glaser attending A Time for Heroes celebrity picnic in Los Angeles. Paul Michael Glaser, the actor who played David Starsky

    FILE - This June 3, 2012 file photo shows actor Paul Michael Glaser attending A Time for Heroes celebrity picnic in Los Angeles. Paul Michael Glaser, the actor who played David Starsky

    Posted: 8/31/2012 12:13:17 PM EST
    FILE - This June 3, 2012 file photo shows actor Paul Michael Glaser attending A Time for Heroes celebrity picnic in Los Angeles. Paul Michael Glaser, the actor who played David Starsky in the 1970s police drama "Starsky & Hutch," is fighting a drug charge in Kentucky for what he says is medical marijuana from California. Bowling Green police charged Glaser with possession of marijuana and a pipe on May 10, hours after he read an excerpt of his young adult novel, "Chrystallia and the Source of Light," to students at a middle school. According to a police citation, Glaser, of Venice, Calif., said he had medical marijuana prescribed to him in California. He was arrested after an anonymous call to police that a man was smoking marijuana in a hotel. (Photo by Katy Winn/Invision/AP, file)
  •  - A man stands in front of a medical marijuana dispensary in Los Angeles

    A man stands in front of a medical marijuana dispensary in Los Angeles

    Posted: 8/29/2012 9:02:23 PM EST
    A man stands in front of a medical marijuana dispensary in Los Angeles, California, July 24, 2012. REUTERS/Jonathan Alcorn
  •  - 
              A sign-spinner outside a west Denver medical marijuana dispensary advertises low-cost pot as rush hour drivers pass the pot shop on Monday, Aug. 13, 2012. The spinner, who wouldn’t give

    A sign-spinner outside a west Denver medical marijuana dispensary advertises low-cost pot as rush hour drivers pass the pot shop on Monday, Aug. 13, 2012. The spinner, who wouldn’t give

    Posted: 8/14/2012 3:53:28 AM EST
    A sign-spinner outside a west Denver medical marijuana dispensary advertises low-cost pot as rush hour drivers pass the pot shop on Monday, Aug. 13, 2012. The spinner, who wouldn’t give his name, could be out of a job under an outdoor advertising ban was approved by the Denver City Council. (AP Photo/Kristen Wyatt)
  •  - 
              Sidewalk ads outside a west Denver medical marijuana dispensary advertise low prices and “Clones Galore!” on Monday, Aug. 13, 2012. After complaints such ads are unseemly, the Denver Ci

    Sidewalk ads outside a west Denver medical marijuana dispensary advertise low prices and “Clones Galore!” on Monday, Aug. 13, 2012. After complaints such ads are unseemly, the Denver Ci

    Posted: 8/14/2012 3:53:28 AM EST
    Sidewalk ads outside a west Denver medical marijuana dispensary advertise low prices and “Clones Galore!” on Monday, Aug. 13, 2012. After complaints such ads are unseemly, the Denver City Council voted Monday to ban outdoor marijuana advertising including billboards, bus placards and sign-spinners. (AP Photo/Kristen Wyatt)
  •  - A man stands in front of a medical marijuana dispensary in Los Angeles

    A man stands in front of a medical marijuana dispensary in Los Angeles

    Posted: 7/24/2012 11:17:18 PM EST
    A man stands in front of a medical marijuana dispensary in Los Angeles, California, July 24, 2012. REUTERS/Jonathan Alcorn
  •  -
    Posted: 6/18/2012 9:10:47 AM EST
    In this June 12, 2012 photo, Trish Nixon, left, stands with her 21-year-old daughter, Krista Nixon, in Colorado Springs, Colo. Trish Nixon talks about the challenge she has faced over the years about marijuana. Nixon said the message to her daughter changed over the years, evolving from "It's against the law, don't do it," to a more nuanced message that takes into consideration medical marijuana and ballot initiatives to legalize the drug. Trish Nixon said her mother's message meshed with what she was learning through her friends, which included some who used marijuana. (AP Photo/P. Solomon Banda)
  •  -
    Posted: 6/18/2012 9:10:47 AM EST
    In this June 12, 2012 photo, Trish Nixon, left, stands with her 21-year-old daughter, Krista Nixon, in Colorado Springs, Colo. Trish Nixon talks about the challenge she has faced over the years about marijuana. Nixon said the message to her daughter changed over the years, evolving from "It's against the law, don't do it," to a more nuanced message that takes into consideration medical marijuana and ballot initiatives to legalize the drug. Trish Nixon said her mother's message meshed with what she was learning through her friends, which included some who used marijuana. (AP Photo/P. Solomon Banda)
  •  - File photo of several varieties of marijuana buds displayed for sale at a medical marijuana center in Denver

    File photo of several varieties of marijuana buds displayed for sale at a medical marijuana center in Denver

    Posted: 6/2/2012 9:54:53 AM EST
    Several varieties of marijuana buds are displayed for sale at a medical marijuana center in Denver, Colorado in this April 2, 2012 file photo. The Rocky Mountain State already allows the use of marijuana for medical purposes such as severe pain relief, and some communities have embraced it enthusiastically. The prevalence of medical marijuana dispensaries in Denver has moved pot into the mainstream in Colorado's capital city, advocates and political leaders say. In Denver County, home to about 600,000 people, one in every 41 residents is a registered medical marijuana patient, leading to chuckles about the "Mile High City." REUTERS/Rick Wilking/Files (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS DRUGS SOCIETY HEALTH)
  •  - File photo of a chalkboard with the current varieties of marijuana available for sale written on it at a medical marijuana center in Denver

    File photo of a chalkboard with the current varieties of marijuana available for sale written on it at a medical marijuana center in Denver

    Posted: 6/2/2012 9:53:09 AM EST
    The current varieties of marijuana available for sale are seen written on a chalkboard at a medical marijuana center in Denver in this April 2, 2012 file photo. The Rocky Mountain State already allows the use of marijuana for medical purposes such as severe pain relief, and some communities have embraced it enthusiastically. The prevalence of medical marijuana dispensaries in Denver has moved pot into the mainstream in Colorado's capital city, advocates and political leaders say. In Denver County, home to about 600,000 people, one in every 41 residents is a registered medical marijuana patient, leading to chuckles about the "Mile High City." REUTERS/Rick Wilking/Files (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS DRUGS SOCIETY HEALTH)
  •  - File photo of growth technician Lottman moving through the marijuana plants in a medical marijuana center in Denver

    File photo of growth technician Lottman moving through the marijuana plants in a medical marijuana center in Denver

    Posted: 6/2/2012 9:50:37 AM EST
    Growth technician Mike Lottman moves through the marijuana plants in a medical marijuana center in Denver, Colorado in this April 2, 2012 file photo. The Rocky Mountain State already allows the use of marijuana for medical purposes such as severe pain relief, and some communities have embraced it enthusiastically. The prevalence of medical marijuana dispensaries in Denver has moved pot into the mainstream in Colorado's capital city, advocates and political leaders say. In Denver County, home to about 600,000 people, one in every 41 residents is a registered medical marijuana patient, leading to chuckles about the "Mile High City." REUTERS/Rick Wilking/Files (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS DRUGS SOCIETY HEALTH)
  •  - File photo of a patient being served at a medical marijuana center in Denver

    File photo of a patient being served at a medical marijuana center in Denver

    Posted: 6/2/2012 9:48:56 AM EST
    A patient (L) is served at a medical marijuana center in Denver, Colorado in this April 2, 2012 file photo. The Rocky Mountain State already allows the use of marijuana for medical purposes such as severe pain relief, and some communities have embraced it enthusiastically. The prevalence of medical marijuana dispensaries in Denver has moved pot into the mainstream in Colorado's capital city, advocates and political leaders say. In Denver County, home to about 600,000 people, one in every 41 residents is a registered medical marijuana patient, leading to chuckles about the "Mile High City." REUTERS/Rick Wilking/Files (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS DRUGS SOCIETY HEALTH)
  •  - A variety of cannabis infused food products are displayed in the Simply Pure company kitchen in Denver

    A variety of cannabis infused food products are displayed in the Simply Pure company kitchen in Denver

    Posted: 6/2/2012 9:44:47 AM EST
    A variety of cannabis infused food products are displayed in the Simply Pure company kitchen in Denver, Colorado, May 25, 2012. The Rocky Mountain State already allows the use of marijuana for medical purposes such as severe pain relief, and some communities have embraced it enthusiastically. The prevalence of medical marijuana dispensaries in Denver has moved pot into the mainstream in Colorado's capital city, advocates and political leaders say. In Denver County, home to about 600,000 people, one in every 41 residents is a registered medical marijuana patient, leading to chuckles about the "Mile High City." Picture taken May 25, 2012. REUTERS/Rick Wilking (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS DRUGS SOCIETY FOOD HEALTH)
  •  - Cards supporting Amendment 64 are seen in campaign offices in Denver

    Cards supporting Amendment 64 are seen in campaign offices in Denver

    Posted: 6/2/2012 9:42:59 AM EST
    Cards supporting Amendment 64 are seen in campaign offices in Denver, Colorado, May 25, 2012. The Rocky Mountain State already allows the use of marijuana for medical purposes such as severe pain relief, and some communities have embraced it enthusiastically. The prevalence of medical marijuana dispensaries in Denver has moved pot into the mainstream in Colorado's capital city, advocates and political leaders say. In Denver County, home to about 600,000 people, one in every 41 residents is a registered medical marijuana patient, leading to chuckles about the "Mile High City." Picture taken May 25, 2012. REUTERS/Rick Wilking (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS DRUGS SOCIETY HEALTH)
  •  - A variety of cannabis infused food products are displayed in the Simply Pure company kitchen in Denver

    A variety of cannabis infused food products are displayed in the Simply Pure company kitchen in Denver

    Posted: 6/2/2012 9:39:29 AM EST
    A variety of cannabis infused food products are displayed in the Simply Pure company kitchen in Denver, Colorado, May 25, 2012. The Rocky Mountain State already allows the use of marijuana for medical purposes such as severe pain relief, and some communities have embraced it enthusiastically. The prevalence of medical marijuana dispensaries in Denver has moved pot into the mainstream in Colorado's capital city, advocates and political leaders say. In Denver County, home to about 600,000 people, one in every 41 residents is a registered medical marijuana patient, leading to chuckles about the "Mile High City." Picture taken May 25, 2012. REUTERS/Rick Wilking (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS DRUGS SOCIETY FOOD HEALTH)