Liisa Kemp, 60, smokes a joint as supporters gather for a pro-marijuana legalization march in Madison, Wis., on May 4, 2019. “I’ve been smoking pot since 1976,” Kemp says, adding that she has always worked full-time, has traveled the country and owns a house. At left, Caysie Dolan, 22, says she smokes marijuana to help with her post-traumatic stress disorder from a 2012 car accident. She says she has tried 13 pharmaceuticals and none has worked as well as marijuana. While some Wisconsin residents use marijuana illegally as medicine, physicians caution some people should avoid it, including adolescents, pregnant women and individuals with a history of mental illness.

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