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Legal Marijuana - Page: 25
During prohibition movies featuring feckless potheads helped the public lose patience with Draconian laws but that character is far out of date now.
A decade ago Michigan voters overwhelmingly approved medical marijuana and appear poised to do the same for recreational marijuana.
Perhaps the final unhappy irony of cannabis prohibition is that the plant is a benign substitute for many problematic products and raw materials.
The nation's top drug enforcement officer was unflinching in his opposition to legalizing marijuana and apparently not embarrassed by his complete ignorance of the relevant science.
You Would Have Thought This Liberal Senator Already Supported Legal Marijuana, but Now She Actually Does
Senator Dianne Feinstein, a Democrat from San Francisco, now supports letting states decide marijuana law for themselves. Many conservative Republicans reached the same conclusion well before she did.
Despite a near-ban on medical cannabis research federally, a private donation will fund work on autism treatment in California.
A conservative Republican senator from Colorado has wrung a big concession from the administration to protect his state's booming cannabis business.
For decades April 20 has been a day of solidarity and defiance for marijuana users. With legalization it is morphing into an occassion for pot marketing similar to what Cinco de Mayo is for Mexican beer.
Delectable pastries and popular candies infused with marijuana are enormously popular wherever they are legal.
John Boehner Succeeded in Politics Opposing Marijuana but in Retirement Has Joined the Medical Marijuana Industry
The former Speaker of the House says he now recognizes the potential for medical pot to treat vets with PTSD and people addicted to opioids.
Federal law all but requires legal marijuana to operate strictly in cash, while in Canada banks are helping that nation's cannabis industry boom.