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Science and FDA Say Cannabis Is Medicine but DEA Insists It Isn't
Much like with climate change, stubborn federal marijuana policy isn't supported by any data.
Governor's Veto Stalls Vermont Legislation to Legalize Marijuana
Voters are far more willing to legalize cannabis than the representatives they elect.
First Year of Recreational Marijuana Sales Are a Tax Windfall for Oregon
Legal cannabis will yield more than $200 million yearly for schools, public health and policing.
Legal Marijuana Sales Surpass Viagra, Tequila and Girl Scout Cookies
In fairness, it pairs well with each of the three.
Medical Cannabis Finds an Eager Market In Florida Retirees
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.
Border Officials Are Banning Canadians Who Admit They've Smoked Marijuana
Immigration law lumps foreign pot smokers with human traffickers and foreign government officials who suppressed religious freedoms.
Illinois Looks to Marijuana to Plug Huge Hole it Its Budget
Tax revenues generated by legalized marijuana, plus shedding the huge costs of arresting and jailing nonviolent offenders, are powerfully appealing to fiscally beleagured states.
Israel Studies Potential of Medical Marijuana as a Treatment for Autism
The Israeli government sees marijuana as a promising source of new treatments for physical and mental illnesses.
New Jersey Lawmakers Await Next Governor Before Moving to Legalize Marijuana
Chris Christie, the deeply unpopular outgoing governor, is a vehement marijuana opponent but the political winds are shifting.
New Data Shows Medical Marijuana Consumers Far Outspend Recreational Users
Patients using marijuana as medicine purchase more cannabis more often than recreational users.
Researchers Amazed by Cases of Cannabis Helping Children Failed by Conventional Medicine
A growing body of data is showing CBD, the active ingredient in medical marijuana, is a powerfully effective medicine for children suffering rare seizure disorders
Nation's First Cannabis Drive-Through Opens In Colorado as Cannabis Sales Boom
Rocky Mountain high meets the American open road in the state where legal marijuana sales fueling a new economy.