College Times:  “These days, Billy Sample walks with a prosthetic leg and a cane. Under state law, he is allowed to use medical marijuana for his pain, but in the year since the Arizona Medical Marijuana Act passed, a lawsuit has prevented dispensaries from opening, leaving patients like Sample on their own to grow their medicine. . . .Financially, being able to grow his own medicine will be efficient for him in the long run, he said, because he will no longer have to deal with the middle-man. There is also peace of mind knowing where his medicine is coming from.  While the law has allowed Sample to receive an ID card, he is allowed to grow his own marijuana only because a pending lawsuit has blocked the opening of dispensaries.”