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Remember, we spend a lot of time researching the best products and this information is used only for the purpose of guiding you and comparing different features and functions. Please check with your dealer for final price.​by Angel Raich-At the time of the historic passage of the 1970 Controlled Substances Act, Angel Raich was not yet a celebrated businesswoman, mother of a newborn and activist. But she was already, and is to this day, fighting to overcome this legislation that would have sent her to prison for life for using marijuana to relieve the nausea and vomiting caused by her treatment for a deadly cancer. The government made it clear: She was a criminal. Angel Raich was born Angelita Raich in the small town of Flint, Mich. in 1936. She earned a degree in economics from the University of Michigan in 1961 and joined the Air Force as a math teacher. Raich spent nearly 20 years on active duty, completing a special Air Force training course in a special area of nuclear technology. She met her first husband, Don Raich, while he was in the Air Force and they married in 1968. He left the military in 1970, and they had a son, Patrick, in 1971. In 1974, Raich was diagnosed with leukemia, a form of blood cancer that affects the bone marrow and destroys white blood cells. She was treated with a dangerous chemotherapy drug, which caused horrific vomiting and nausea. Unable to withstand the side effects, she sought an alternative treatment. She began a search for legal marijuana, and finally discovered a doctor in the Bay Area who prescribed it to her. She began to use the marijuana to treat her nausea and vomiting. The government attempted to put her in prison for the rest of her life, and she spent three years in prison before she was able to file an appeal. She lost the appeal but continued her campaign. She first began her legal fight to overturn the Controlled Substances Act by asking Congress to amend it. In 1978, Congress passed a bill that would have allowed her to use medical marijuana. But President Jimmy Carter signed a bill into law on Dec. 12, 1978, that effectively put an end to the bill. The bill made using marijuana a crime. Though the law was challenged in the courts for years, Raich didn't give up. She filed another suit, this time challenging the constitutionality of the Controlled Substances Act. In 1978, Raich won

 

 

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