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How Local Counties and Towns Voted This Election

How Local Counties and Towns Voted This Election

WSJ Team November 12, 2012 0

There has been a lot of excitement over the new marijuana laws. But we have spent so much energy on the big ones–marijuana fully legalized in 2 states; that we have forgotten about the

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Connecticut Medical Cannabis Law Now in Effect

WSJ Team November 6, 2012 0

The legal use of marijuana for medical reasons has taken effect in Connecticut. Known as Public Act 12 – 55, An Act Concerning the Palliative Use of Marijuana  was signed into law by Democratic

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Police Return Marijuana Plants to Grower

Police Return Marijuana Plants to Grower

WSJ Team October 24, 2012 0

In a pleasant twist of fate, Maine police returned marijuana plants to a grower. The plants were stolen from the greenhouse of Thomas Davis, who grows the plants legally for medical distribution. Police Chief

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Melissa Etheridge Does Ad  in Support of Legalized Marijuana in Colorado

Melissa Etheridge Does Ad in Support of Legalized Marijuana in Colorado

WSJ Team October 14, 2012 0

Grammy winning musician Melissa Etheridge, who survived breast cancer in 2005, has always been public about her use of marijuana to treat the symptoms of chemotherapy. Now, she has gone one step forward by

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Marijuana Prohibition Turns 75 This Month

Marijuana Prohibition Turns 75 This Month

WSJ Team October 7, 2012 0

It was in October of 1937 that the federal government passed a law making it illegal to grow, possess and use marijuana. It has been classified by the DEA as a level one substance,

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Oregon Could Very Well be the First State to Ever Fully Legalize Marijuana

Oregon Could Very Well be the First State to Ever Fully Legalize Marijuana

WSJ Team September 11, 2012 0

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Co-Owner of Montana Cannabis Dies in Federal Custody

Co-Owner of Montana Cannabis Dies in Federal Custody

WSJ Team September 4, 2012 0

Richard Flor, the co-founder of Montana Cannabis, died last Wednesday after having  two  heart attacks while in Federal Custody. Flor was suffering from a number of health issues including dementia, failing kidneys and heart

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New Jersey Accepting Patient Applications for Medical Marijuana

New Jersey Accepting Patient Applications for Medical Marijuana

WSJ Team August 11, 2012 0

After a two year delay, seriously ill patients in the state of New Jersey will finally be allowed the legal access to medical marijuana that they were promised. On Monday, the state government of

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