Blunt Assessment 

As more states consider loosened pot laws, Tennessee's medical marijuana bill moves forward.

Fifty-year-old Midtowner Stan Green contracted HIV in 1993, and he now relies on a daily cocktail of medications to keep him healthy. But despite all the drugs he's been prescribed, Green continues to suffer from a lack of appetite and chronic…

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