Washington Post – Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo made a political splash by introducing his medical marijuana plan in his State of the State speech, but his cautious approach has met muted cheers from pot advocates who question how meaningful it really is.
Courier Journal – The Crawfords traveled to Frankfort last week to join those voicing support for legalizing medical marijuana in Kentucky — an idea gaining ground among legislative leaders, residents and some doctors who believe the state should join 20 others that have already passed such laws.
Journal-Constitution – Even in Georgia, we are experiencing the first stirrings of official curiosity. Josh McKoon, R-Columbus, one of the younger members of the state Senate, has proposed a bit of fact-finding on medicinal uses for marijuana. And whether Georgia’s limited 1980s-era law, allowing the use of pot for the treatment of glaucoma and cancer, ought to be expanded.
Fox News – NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell is leaving the door open on medical marijuana use for pro football players.