In the 420 bit from this week, Jessica Williams asserts that marijuana is "a non-addictive proven medical treatment".
Marijuana is most certainly addictive.
In 2012, 17.5% of all substance abuse treatment admissions had marijuana as their primary abused drug. Alcohol alone was 21.5%, heroin 16.3% and cocaine 6.9%.
Pregnant women are unwilling or unable to stop smoking pot almost daily. Increasing numbers of pregnant women are seeking help to discontinue pot use.
At least one woman found out her hyperemesis during pregnancy was the pot, not morning sickness.
Marijuana is addictive in adolescents.
When adolescents stop smoking weed, their memory gets better.
Clinical trials of medications to help people who are addicted to marijuana stop using are far from rare.
Many Cases of cannabis hyperemesis syndrome are unable to stop smoking pot, even though it is severely incapacitating them.
Oh, and pot users are not awesome, friendly and mellow, actually nondependent users are impulsive and hostile on the day they use pot compared with nonsmoking days.