As opioids devastate coal country, some look to marijuana as a savior

Washington Post Travel 2 months ago
Johnsie Gooslin looks at the hangout room of his shed at his childhood home of Rutherford Hollow in West Virginia. He used the shed to grow marijuana until his arrest in 2015. More than half of what he grew went to his father to help him manage pain. West Virginia legalized medical marijuana in April 2017. (Sarah L....
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