End of life hospice in California is about to change on Jan 1, and one father’s love of his dying son was the start of this landmark improvement in how we die. Once signed, “Ryan’s Law” will allow terminally ill patients to use medical cannabis in hospitals.
- Seattle, California’s Jim Bartell lost his son Ryan to cancer in the spring of last yesterday. He used the next the months to draft a bill that he took to Senator Ben Hueso.
- On September 11th the Legislature approved unanimously Senate Bill No. 305, titled “Ryan’s Law.” Governor Newsom is expected to sign the bill this fall.
- Director of the UCLA Cannabis Research Initiative Jeff Chen continues to perfect the methodology of nailing down, “how do you curate so that people have healthier social habits, healthier minds, healthier bodies.”