On Marijuana - A Powerful Examination Of What Marijuana Use Means For Our Children, Our Communities And Our Future Compiled
by Pamela McColl –
Foreword by David Frum and Kevin A. Sabet, Ph.D.
Marijuana use has adverse consequences on the health, well-being, and safety of both individual users and non-users. The evidence is clear that marijuana use places a heavy burden on social systems, taxes the economy, and places a heavy strain on public health care resources.
On Marijuana contains insightful, considered opinions from individuals who have dedicated themselves, and often their lengthy careers, to the study and better understanding of the implications, risks, and effects of using marijuana products. On Marijuana is a not for-profit publication. Any profits generated from sales will be used to distribute the publication to the public health sector.
“Voters and decision makers alike would do well to at least educate themselves first on the potential ramifications of a “pot-for-all” policy. This book will help them do that.” David Frum and Kevin A. Sabet, Ph.D.
Pamela McColl has been working in the field of publishing for two decades. In 2012 McColl published the first ever smoke-pipe-free edition of the famous holiday poem ‘Twas the Night Before Christmas—capturing global media attention including front page coverage in The National Post, and being the subject of a skit on the The Colbert Report (USA). The book garnered eight book awards. She is the author of Baby and Me Tobacco Free (2013). McColl is a director for Smart Approaches to Marijuana Canada (SAM) and a board member on the Campaign for Justice on Tobacco Fraud. In the spring of 2015 McColl, representing SAM Canada, attended the annual meeting of The Commission on Narcotic Drugs (CND) a commission of the UN Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) in Vienna (www.samcanada.net)..
Author Name: Pamela McCol
Title: On Marijuana
Publisher: Grafton and Scratch Publishers