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The celebrity doctor wasn't always such a stringent supporter of medical pot, however, even going so far as to explain why
Enter CNN--or, more likely, CNN's lawyers, who quickly called the dispensary and told them to stop using Gupta's name. CNN's
President Barack Obama does not support changes to the legal classification of marijuana, the White House said Wednesday, despite growing evidence of its medical benefits. White House spokesman Josh Earnest was asked for the second day in a row if CNN chief medical correspondent Sanjay Gupta's recent reversal on medical marijuana use and apology for misleading the public had had any bearing on Obama's position on the issue.
"We are encouraged by President Obama's statement that he does not consider arresting marijuana consumers a priority," he
Dennis also asked if Obama had personally been looking at the issue, given that national polls show rising support for marijuana
A remarkable documentary aired on Sunday night on marijuana, not necessarily for its conclusions, but for where it ran: CNN
"I think we've been terribly and systematically misled in this country and I did part of the misleading," said Gupta. "I
Dr. Sanjay Gupta is making waves for his recent reversal of opinion on medical marijuana. Part of this has to do with an expansive body of medical evidence but the touching story of a 5-year-old girl may have also played a meaningful role.
Speaking to Piers Morgan, Gupta, who has a documentary on weed airing on Sunday, said he had previously helped to "mislead