Though Idaho’s drug policy head says there is nothing medicinal or benign about pot, neighboring states have a different take. In this 2015 photo Madrone Grey examines one of her medical marijuana plants in Williams, Ore. Grey and her husband hope to turn marijuana into the family business, producing a concentrate that goes into salves. (AP)
Though Idaho’s drug policy head says there is nothing medicinal or benign about pot, neighboring states have a different take. In this 2015 photo Madrone Grey examines one of her medical marijuana plants in Williams, Ore. Grey and her husband hope to turn marijuana into the family business, producing a concentrate that goes into salves. (AP) Jeff Barnard AP
Though Idaho’s drug policy head says there is nothing medicinal or benign about pot, neighboring states have a different take. In this 2015 photo Madrone Grey examines one of her medical marijuana plants in Williams, Ore. Grey and her husband hope to turn marijuana into the family business, producing a concentrate that goes into salves. (AP) Jeff Barnard AP

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