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DC Police Chief Cathy Lanier Voices her Opinion on Recent Changes in Marijuana Laws

DC Police Chief Cathy Lanier Voices her Opinion on Recent Changes in Marijuana Laws

WSJ Team January 26, 2015 0

Washington DC and its police chief are the next in line to flip their script on marijuana.  Either if it is just to reinforce the votes of their citizens or just because they are tired

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Northern Virginia Lawmaker Pushes for Marijuana Decriminalization

Northern Virginia Lawmaker Pushes for Marijuana Decriminalization

WSJ Team January 23, 2015 1

Virginia – January 23rd, 2015 – The Virginia Public Radio aired a brief 52-second clip this morning “high”-lighting Senator Adam Ebbin’s argument during the General Assembly for the decriminalization of  marijuana. Before we get

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The Sunrise and Sunset of Medical Marijuana

The Sunrise and Sunset of Medical Marijuana

WSJ Team January 22, 2015 0

Washington D.C. and its citizens have answered the call to use medical and recreational marijuana through the power of democracy.  For this I thank you.  Yet another state turning towards granting its citizens access

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Celebrity Marketing A Munchie-less Marijuana Strain

Celebrity Marketing A Munchie-less Marijuana Strain

WSJ Team January 17, 2015 2

Worried about the extra cravings you get after lighting up? Well Bethenny Frankel, the creator of Skinnygirl, a brand that launched by offering low-calorie alcoholic drinks to women, says she plans on launching a

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2015 Marijuana Policy Update

2015 Marijuana Policy Update

WSJ Team January 17, 2015 0

It’s a new year and a bright future for our community. With a presidential election looming in the near future of 2016, the need for universal drug policy reform has never been greater. It

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Kansas Senator Backing Medical Marijuana in 2015

Kansas Senator Backing Medical Marijuana in 2015

WSJ Team January 15, 2015 1

With marijuana’s medicinal use gaining momentum throughout the US, it’s only a matter of time before all 50 states have some sort of medical marijuana laws on their books. Currently, 23 states and the District

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2 Chainz Goes Head-to-Head with Nancy Grace Over Pot Legalization

2 Chainz Goes Head-to-Head with Nancy Grace Over Pot Legalization

WSJ Team January 15, 2015 0

The American hip-hop recording artist 2 Chainz recently appeared on Nancy Grace to discuss marijuana legalization.  Believe it or not, 2 Chainz made some very practical and well put together arguments, but those of

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Teen Pot Use Declines as Legalization Spreads

Teen Pot Use Declines as Legalization Spreads

WSJ Team December 16, 2014 0

2014 brought both “highs” and lows in terms of Marijuana legislation.  We witnessed citizens of Oregon, Alaska, and the District of Columbia vote in favor of legalization, while the opposition fought, and still continues

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The Three States Voting on Recreational Marijuana Legalization on November 4th, 2014

The Three States Voting on Recreational Marijuana Legalization on November 4th, 2014

WSJ Team October 30, 2014 0

It’s an exciting time for cannabis users across the globe as voters in Alaska, Oregon and Washington DC decide if recreational marijuana is coming to their state. Currently, Colorado and Washington are the only

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BIC Lighters: A Theory

BIC Lighters: A Theory

WSJ Team October 30, 2014 1

We’ve all found ourselves in that frustrating situation where we can’t seem to find a lighter.   A Redditor has a theory on why that is:  

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