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Can medical marijuana solve our opioid addiction problem?

by Nikhil Swaminathan @sw4mi     So far, marijuana has been crucial to helping Ian Young kick his reliance on prescription painkillers. He no longer has to make frequent trips home to take a handful of pills, allowing him to start kayaking and generally become more active. “In the past six months, I’ve taken one […]

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CNN To Debut Marijuana-Themed Series – ‘High Profits’ To Follow Pot Franchisers

By: R. Thomas Umstead   CNN will follow the lives of marijuana franchise entrepreneurs as part of a new unscripted series High Profits, the network said Thursday. The series, set to debut in 2015, profiles Brian Rogers and Caitlin McGuire, the owners of Breckenridge Cannabis Club (BCC) whose marijuana business has seen increased revenues since […]

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Seattle Area Hempcrete Workshop – Nov. 21-22

  Limited Space – Register NOW! Hemp Technologies Global in partnership with Hemp Ace International are proud to offer this one day, hands-on HempCrete workshop in Bellevue, WA at the Master Builders Association Building. There are also two fantastic optional events! See below for all the details. To Register, go to www.hempcreteusa.com! Cost: $250.00 Friday, […]

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Making Over Marijuana: How Pot Shops Are Getting a Smokin’ New Look

By Lauren Bans   As pot’s reputation shifts, the appearance of the dispensaries where it’s sold is changing too. “The reality is that someday soon cannabis will be normal retail next to Starbucks or a yogurt shop,” says Megan Stone, a 30-year-old interior designer who has run the High Road Design Studio in Phoenix, Arizona, […]

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Senator asks for ‘compassion’ on medical marijuana

news@wfmz.com Senator Daylin Leach   HARRISBURG, Pa. –  State Senator Daylin Leach (D-Montgomery/Delaware) is asking Pennsylvania’s district attorneys to not prosecute people who use marijuana for medical purposes. The senator is asking the DAs “to perform an act of compassion.” Full Article: http://www.wfmz.com/news/news-regional-southeasternpa/senator-asks-for-compassion-on-medical-marijuana/29283948

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Recreational Marijuana Debate Heads To Carson City

By JOE SCHOENMANN As the debate on marijuana dispensaries in Clark County continues, two Las Vegas City Councilmen have expressed cautionary words from both the law and business sides of the table. Credit Getty Images A Las Vegas councilman said on KNPR’s State of Nevada Tuesday that the Nevada Legislature will be forced to consider a […]

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War on marijuana unconstitutional, doctors testify in federal court Monday

by David Downs The federal government tries to justify its war on marijuana Monday The U.S. government claims marijuana is a dangerous, addictive drug with no medical benefits. But that claim will be up for debate Monday in California when a federal judge is scheduled to hear testimony from doctors that conclude the opposite. Doctors […]

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All My Facebook Friends Are Feds: Social Network Flips Off DEA

By Chris Roberts Steve Terrell/Flickr Oddly, it all went wrong once this guy friended us.   There are a lot of weird people in the marijuana legalization movement. And some of them are federal agents. That the drug reform movement has been infiltrated has been a commonly held belief among activists for years. “At least […]

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Woman Ousted By Church For Medicinal Marijuana Use

Brittany Rainville, KBMT-TV, 12 News Now KBMT reporter Brittany Rainville interviews Jason Falconbridge with his mother, Faith Bodle, who was ejected from her church for using medicinal marijuana or cannabis extract.(Photo: KBMT) BEAUMONT, TX (KBMT) – A Beaumont, Texas woman says she has been cast out of her church for her use of medicinal marijuana. […]

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Pot Use Among Colorado Teens Appears to Drop After Legalization

By Steven Nelson Chef Alex Tretter carries a tray of cannabis-infused peanut butter and jelly cups to the oven for baking at Sweet Grass Kitchen, a marijuana edibles bakery in Denver, on June 19, 2014. Marijuana use among Colorado high school students appears to be declining, despite the state’s pioneering voter-approved experiment with legalization. According […]

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