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If drops in prescription drug use seen in states with legalized marijuana were duplicated the nationwide, Big Pharma would feel the pain.
State lawmakers are finalizing legislation to bring both medical and adult-recreational marijuana into the regulatory mainstream.
As legalization gains momentum more women are using marijuana and more are entering the cannabis industry.
The Wall Street of venture capital has been slow to invest in cannabis but that is clearly changing.
DEA stubbornly claims cannabis has no medicinal value, despite a growing body of serious research that finds otherwise.
Much like with climate change, stubborn federal marijuana policy isn't supported by any data.
Voters are far more willing to legalize cannabis than the representatives they elect.
Legal cannabis will yield more than $200 million yearly for schools, public health and policing.
In fairness, it pairs well with each of the three.
Sunshine State boomers suffering the aches of age discover rolling a joint, like riding a bike, is another one of those things you don't forget.
Immigration law lumps foreign pot smokers with human traffickers and foreign government officials who suppressed religious freedoms.