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Perhaps the greatest proof the American people have rejected the War on Drugs is that presidential candidates can favor legalization at no political cost.
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About 207 million out of 325 million Americans live where medical marijuana is legal.
Usage is surging among seniors looking for alternatives to prescription painkillers but research faces many legal barriers.
The aptly number HR 420 would be just a step short of federal legalization.
Supply and Demand
If successful, the state's move could be a major step forward in the legalization movement but not everyone is in favor..
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New York, New Jersey and Illinois are huge markets where political winds have shifted strongly against prohibition.
The Lone Star state just might liberalize marijuana laws, at least as much as Oklahoma has.
Strict regulations and pot deserts have caused the world's largest legal pot market to limp out of the gate.
By legalizing hemp, the Farm Bill has created a legal source of CBD.
The annoucement marks a continuing trend in major beverage companies dipping into the cannabis market.