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Breaking News: California Supreme Court Throws Out Medical Marijuana Dispensary Ban

Breaking News: California Supreme Court Throws Out Medical Marijuana Dispensary Ban

WSJ Team August 23, 2012 0

On Wednesday, the California Supreme Court threw out the case of Pack vs. City of Long Beach; which stated that federal law preempted state laws on issues concerning the medical use of cannabis. Recently,

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German Scientific Study Finds That, “There Is Now Clear Evidence That Cannabinoids Are Useful For The Treatment Of Various Medical Conditions”

German Scientific Study Finds That, “There Is Now Clear Evidence That Cannabinoids Are Useful For The Treatment Of Various Medical Conditions”

WSJ Team August 22, 2012 0

A newly published review in the German scientific journal Deutsches Arzteblatt International states that findings from 100 scientific studies found that, “There is now clear evidence that cannibinoids are useful for the treatment of

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Seattle Hempfest This Weekend

Seattle Hempfest This Weekend

WSJ Team August 17, 2012 0

The world’s largest marijuana law reform protest and event is occurring this weekend in Seattle, Washington.  The event covers over 1.5 miles of park land in the Myrtle Edwards Park on the Seattle coast

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LA City Council Votes to Ban Medical Marijuana Dispensaries

LA City Council Votes to Ban Medical Marijuana Dispensaries

WSJ Team July 25, 2012 1

On Tuesday, Los Angeles, California, council members voted to close down medical marijuana dispensaries within the city limits. The decision came on the heels of numerous complaints from homeowners, clergy, and police who live

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Interview with Godsmack Front Man Sully Erna

Interview with Godsmack Front Man Sully Erna

WSJ Team July 25, 2012 1

Godsmack are touring this summer and we recently spoke with frontman Sully Erna.  How are you today? Sully: I’m great and you sound great, too.  I am. I am. Thank you for taking the

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2012 Maryland Assembly Marijuana Laws

2012 Maryland Assembly Marijuana Laws

WSJ Team July 25, 2012 0

Bill HR 350 would reduce the penalty for possession of marijuana. This bill was introduced by Delegate Luke Clippinger and Senator Jamie Raskin. The current penalty is up to one year in prison and/or

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Marijuana + Caffeine: Debunking a Popular Myth

Marijuana + Caffeine: Debunking a Popular Myth

WSJ Team July 18, 2012 10

Caffeine is a drug that people all over the world consume every day. It is found in coffee, soft drinks, tea, chocolate, and even some over-the-counter drugs. It is the world’s most popular psychoactive

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DC to Finally Go Green

DC to Finally Go Green

WSJ Team July 18, 2012 0

By year’s end, qualifying medical marijuana patients in Washington, D.C. will be able to find some relief with the announcement of four dispensaries. This news now adds the District to the list of the current 17

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Cash Rules

Cash Rules

WSJ Team July 18, 2012 0

No green for green is the new rule for medical marijuana patients. As a result of new regulations medical marijuana patients will have to fork over cash for purchases as dispensaries will no longer

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CMCR Study States that the Current Schedule I Classification of Marijuana is Arguable

CMCR Study States that the Current Schedule I Classification of Marijuana is Arguable

WSJ Team July 16, 2012 0

The Center for Medicinal Cannabis Research (CMCR) had released a study published in the Open Neurology Journal stating that the current classification of marijuana as a schedule 1 drug is arguable. The study went

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