The headline of this article is badly biased in what seems like a blatant attempt to discredit marijuana legalization in some states. This woman was high on PCP and just happened to have used some cannabis in conjunction with it. Why did the author of this article see fit to pin the blame for her behavior solely on cannabis in her headline when it legitimately belonged on the much stronger drug PCP?
Clearly this whole family is a mess and even the teen boy who saved his sisters apparently has outstanding warrants for some reason. However that is no reason for Ms. Linsey Bald to arbitrarily pin this woman's behavior on marijuana in her headline as if it were the sole cause of her irrational acts.
That makes about as much sense as saying that a drunk driver was high on milk when he ran over and killed a pedestrian when in point of fact he was loaded on Kahlua after too many Kahlua and cream cocktails. Come on people lets get it straight and quit trying to foist personal beliefs on the public through bad journalism.
As journalists you have a responsibility to your readers to be honest and try to remain unbiased in not only what you say but how you phrase it. In this case the headline put all of the emphasis on the fact that this woman had used marijuana and didn't even mention that oh yeah by the way she also was strung out on PCP until you got down into the body of the article. Frankly I would have phrased it differently or at least reversed the order of reporting on the woman's toxicology report.