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MPP Blog

Child Taken From Marijuana Using Parents, Murdered in Foster Care

One of the more horrific examples of how the war on marijuana hurts families is making the rounds right now, and it illustrates just one of the more serious hypocrisies of prohibition. Last week, the story broke that a two-year-old child had sustained fatal injuries at the hands of her foster care provider. After the […]

Dr. Sanjay Gupta Reverses Stance on Marijuana

CNN?s chief medical correspondent Dr. Sanjay Gupta has spent the last year creating an investigative report on marijuana, and the former critic of marijuana policy reform has changed his mind drastically on the subject. On Wednesday night, Dr. Gupta told Piers Morgan that “We’ve been terribly and systematically misled in this country for some time […]

Investigation of Drug Treatment Centers Finds Widespread Corruption

A recent investigation into drug treatment centers in southern California found rampant financial corruption and inflated reporting of patient attendance. The investigation, conducted by the nonprofit Center for Investigative Reporting and CNN, found that dozens of clinics showed signs of deception and questionable billing practices. The two worst offenders, Able Family and GB Medical Services, […]

Denver DA Makes Ludicrous Claims; Links Medical Marijuana to Murder

At a Denver City Council hearing held on Monday to discuss implementing a 5% marijuana sales tax, Denver District Attorney Mitch Morrissey held the floor to claim that medical marijuana dispensaries are a haven for assaults, robberies, and murder. ?We have had 12 homicides related directly to medical marijuana,? Morrissey told the council. ?We have […]

AZ Dept. of Health Services Director's Blog

Breastfeeding is Helping to Reduce Childhood Obesity

Increasing the percentage of women that choose to breastfeed is a critical evidence-based practice for addressing the childhood obesity epidemic.� Here in Arizona, we have a lot to celebrate during World Breastfeeding Week- because of our collective work to increase breastfeeding is paying off.� Arizona?s percentage of babies who begin breastfeeding has jumped to 83% [...]

Cottage Home Successes

A couple years ago, the legislature passed a bill to allow people to make certain foods at home and sell them to the public.� The food has to be a low-risk for food-borne diseases, but there’s lots of options.� The program is a great success - we have more than 1,700 people registered for the [...]

Computer Issues Strike Again

Early this morning the computer data center that we use for ADHS programs�lost power.� When this happens, all those systems like the birth and death certificate system, the Women, Infant and Children’s system and the medical marijuana system are not available until the power is restored and we can bring them back online.�� Fixing the [...]

National Immunization Awareness Month

National Immunization Awareness Month gives us a great opportunity to talk about the need to improve national immunization coverage levels.� Vaccine-preventable diseases�are becoming increasingly rare in the US because vaccines are effective, but that doesn?t mean we should stop vaccinating.� Even though most infants and toddlers have received all recommended vaccines by age 2, there [...]


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