This from CNSNews.com, at http://www.cnsnews.com/ViewNation.asp?Page=/Nation/archive/200506/NAT20050606b.html, "Medical Marijuana Laws Don't Shield Users From Prosecution," could be (maybe?) a straw that breaks back of drug-law camel. The decision was made in view of inadvisability of breaking the law (judges don't make laws, legislators do -- "The ruling also said that Congress could allow the use of medical marijuana, if it chooses to do so"). Does it not add impetus to the so far minority notion that lawmakers (not judges) should reassess drug prohibition as presently constituted? Repeal, anyone?