Although the federal government has not changed its stance, many states have begun to liberalize their laws regarding the use of marijuana, especially in a medical context. This has sparked curiosity among physicians about whether and how to provide medical marijuana. The legal landscape varies from state to state, though, with some states permitting recreational use of cannabis, while others only permit such use for medical purposes and then only for specific conditions. In “Peering Through the Haze of Medical Marijuana Laws,” Dan examines state laws regarding certifying patients for medical cannabis use, as well as the implications of staff usage in states that permit either recreational or medicinal use of marijuana.