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Medical Marijuana on Probation? Courts Saying Yes! Probation is a far preferable alternative to incarceration for minor crimes. It’s 20 times cheaper for the state, which doesn’t have to pay to keep a low-level offender behind bars. That money can then be spent fixing schools or filling potholes, making life better for citizens. And probation […]

Schoolhouse Pot: Bill Would Let MMJ in WA Public Schools A bill making its way through the Washington state legislature would require public schools to accommodate students who use medical marijuana by allowing their caregivers to administer cannabis medicine on school grounds, on a school bus and at school-sponsored […]

Cannabis is an Effective Treatment for PTSD Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is a psychiatric disorder that occurs when an individual is exposed to one or more traumatic events such as sexual assault, combat, etc. PTSD is sometimes accompanied by other psychiatric disorders, such as obsessive compulsive […]

Publishers Note: From Activist to Lobbyist We are experiencing a historic moment, one much bigger than most people realize. Legalizing cannabis will not change the world overnight, but with the flick of a switch we are turning on the most potent plant this world has to offer. If you are tuned into the vibe, […]

Don’t Miss Four-Time NBA Champ John Salley at the ICBC in San Francisco MARIJUANA POLITICS - The News Source For an Informed Citizenry Post by Anthony Johnson Sports are huge in America, not only business-wise, but culturally. Sports were racially desegregated in America before the rest of our society. Athletes can have a profound […]

More Last-Minute Clemency Coming for Drug Offenders BY JOSH LEDERMAN AND ERIC TUCKER ASSOCIATED PRESS WASHINGTON (AP) — Embracing his clemency powers like never before, President Barack Obama is planning more commutations in his final days in office after a dramatic move to cut short convicted leaker […]

Marijuana Expungement Bill Filed in Washington Washington State Representative Joe Fitzgibbon has filed legislation that would allow those previously convicted of possessing up to 40 grams of marijuana to have it expunged (removed) from their record. Under House Bill 1260, those who were previously charged […]

Proposed Florida Medical Marijuana Rules Spell Disaster for Patients Tuesday morning, the Florida Health Department released draft rules that are supposed to implement the medical marijuana law approved by 71% of Florida voters. It doesn’t appear regulators actually read Amendment 2, however. Instead, they tried to simply […]

Legislators Seek To Delay The Enactment Of  Voter-Initiated Marijuana Laws Legislators in a number of states are pushing forward measures to delay the enactment of several voter-initiated marijuana laws. In Arkansas, House lawmakers are moving forward with legislation, House Bill 1026, to postpone the deadline for establishing the […]

North Dakota Senate Unanimously Votes to Delay Medical Marijuana Law The North Dakota Senate unanimously passed S.B. 2154 on Tuesday, which blocks the implementation of Measure 5 until either July or until a new replacement medical marijuana law goes into effect. Now, the bill heads to the House. Unless representatives hear […]

State Lawmakers Push to Allow Medical Marijuana Use in Schools It took a long time for John Barclay’s daughter, River, to be healthy enough to attend school again after she starting suffering seizures following kindergarten. It’s been only 18 months since they stumbled upon a medication for River’s severe […]

AXIM® Biotechnologies (OTC:AXIM), a world leader in cannabinoid research and development, entered a clinical trial on treating irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) with the company’s CanChew Plus® CBD gum at Wageningen University in the Netherlands. The research team previously received approval from the Medical Ethical Committee (METC) of Wageningen University to study novel treatments for patients suffering […]

Denver Starts Work on Allowing Pot in Public, A First in U.S. BY KRISTEN WYATT ASSOCIATED PRESS DENVER (AP) — Denver is starting work on becoming the first city in the nation to allow marijuana clubs and public pot use in places such as coffee shops, yoga studios and art galleries. Voters narrowly approved […]

North Dakota Lawmakers Try to Delay Medical Marijuana Access In a somewhat surprising turn of events (for lawmakers in the state, at least), voters overwhelmingly approved the North Dakota Compassionate Care Act in November’s election, with nearly 65% voting in favor of medical marijuana. The new law allows a variety […]

Hemp Acres Might Triple in Kentucky, Attracting More Processors Source: SouthEast FarmPress Kentucky ag officials cite the recent decline in commodity prices as one factor that appears to be generating increased interest among Kentucky’s farmers in industrial hemp and other alternative crops. Kentucky Department […]
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