“Anyone who knew him knew that he was charming, he was engaging, he changed more minds on the issue of medical marijuana than I think I ever did — and he finally put a human face to what most people perceive as a Cheech-and-Chong subject,” Singer said. “But it’s not a Cheech-and-Chong subject. It’s kids’ lives and their well-being.”
Jack Splitt, whose fight with cerebral palsy opened Colorado school doors to medical marijuana treatments, died Wednesday. He was 15.