• N.J. PTSD sufferers would qualify for medical marijuana under bill approved by Assembly | NJ.com

    N.J. PTSD sufferers would qualify for medical marijuana under bill approved by Assembly | NJ.com

    Post-traumatic stress disorder would be added to the list of illnesses that would qualify a person for New Jersey's medical marijuana program, and growers would be permitted to share excess cannabis with their competitors under legislation the state Assembly passed Thursday. The Assembly also started a pro...

  • House committee kills medical marijuana legislation | myfox8.com

    House committee kills medical marijuana legislation | myfox8.com

    RALEIGH, N.C. — They weren’t exactly who you might expect to extol the virtues of marijuana. Military wives. An octogenarian. Republicans. But there they were, person after person, telling state legislators they should let the sick and ailing use cannabis to treat cancer, chronic pain, depression, s...

  • Role of Pot Candy Probed in Apparent Suicide in Colorado - ABC News

    Role of Pot Candy Probed in Apparent Suicide in Colorado - ABC News

    Authorities in Colorado are investigating whether marijuana candy played a role in the suspected suicide of a 22-year-old Oklahoma man. Luke Gregory Goodman of Tulsa died Tuesday at a hospital after apparently shooting himself in the head. Witnesses say he ate several marijuana candies before the shooting ...

  • Governor will sign medical marijuana bill

    Governor will sign medical marijuana bill

    ATLANTA-- Gov. Nathan Deal will sign a bill legalizing the use of medical marijuana in Georgia, after the House resoundingly passed the bill Wednesday. With passage all but assured, 5-year-old Haleigh Cox and her mother Janea entered the House chamber and watched the vote from the back of the room. Janea C...

  • Tommy Chong to headline Hash Bash

    Tommy Chong to headline Hash Bash

    The actor/comedian leads a respectable list of speakers; Chong recently beat cancer using cannabis medicines by Rick Thompson/March 26, 2015 ANN ARBOR- Tommy Chong, half of the famous marijuana-themed comedy duo Cheech and Chong, has been announced as the headline speaker at this year's Hash...

  • DEA Agent Speaks Out: We Were Told Not to Enforce Drug Laws In Rich Communities

    DEA Agent Speaks Out: We Were Told Not to Enforce Drug Laws In Rich Communities

    “‘You know, if we go out there and start messing with those folks, they know judges, they know lawyers, they know politicians. You start locking their kids up; somebody’s going to jerk our chain.’ He said, ‘they’re going to call us on it, and before you know it, they’re going to shut us down, an...

  • Advocates appear on local marijuana talk show

    Advocates appear on local marijuana talk show

    Medical Mondays, a broadcast on the Internet-based Tapdetroit.com platform, recently featured a two-hour interview with several of the state's top advocates for marijuana law reform. The program features host Jonny Reinhardt and co-host Berg. The March 9, 2015 program was a far-ranging discussion on m...

  • California Lawmakers Not Planning Crackdown On Marijuana DUI’s « CBS San Francisco

    California Lawmakers Not Planning Crackdown On Marijuana DUI’s « CBS San Francisco

    For the first time in three years, California lawmakers won’t debate cracking down on drivers who have marijuana in their systems. According to SF Weekly, 20 bills related to marijuana regulation were introduced before last month’s legislative deadline, but none were related to marijuana use and drivin...

  • CEN Biotech’s medical marijuana licence denied after months of misrepresentations - The Globe and Mail

    CEN Biotech’s medical marijuana licence denied after months of misrepresentations - The Globe and Mail

    Health Canada has refused to grant a licence to the company seeking to build the world’s largest medical marijuana operation, telling CEN Biotech that its bid to open a facility in Southern Ontario has been formally rejected. The decision was posted Wednesday on the Department of Health Canada’s websit...

  • Citizen-based Organization Announces Marijuana Legalization Effort for 2016

    Citizen-based Organization Announces Marijuana Legalization Effort for 2016

    PRESS RELEASE                                                                            FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE CITIZEN-BASED ORGANIZATION ANNOUNCES MARIJUANA LEGALIZATION EFFORT FOR 2016 Organization led by a Who’s-Who of Michigan...

  • Rehab Center Was Front For Scientology Recruitment, Lawsuit Alledges

    Rehab Center Was Front For Scientology Recruitment, Lawsuit Alledges

    by Rick Thompson/March 11, 2015 ADRIAN- Is it a drug rehabilitation clinic or an indoctrination center for the Church of Scientology? An Albion detoxification service has been sued 33 times in the last ten years, the latest suit claiming the workers tried to convert her to a new religion. In a serie...

  • Historic Senate Bill Seeks to Revamp Medical Marijuana | NORML Blog, Marijuana Law Reform

    Historic Senate Bill Seeks to Revamp Medical Marijuana | NORML Blog, Marijuana Law Reform

    At a press conference this afternoon, Senators Cory Booker (D-NJ), Kirsten Gillibrand (D-NY), and Rand Paul (R-KY) announced plans to introduce a measure, The Compassionate Access, Research Expansion, and Respect States (CARERS) Act, in the US Senate to strengthen statewide medical marijuana protections and i...

  • Should landlords be able to ban medical marijuana? Michigan Senate OKs bill to amend 2008 law | MLive.com

    Should landlords be able to ban medical marijuana? Michigan Senate OKs bill to amend 2008 law | MLive.com

    LANSING, MI -- Landlords would be granted clear authority to ban medical marijuana use on their property under legislation approved Tuesday by the Michigan Senate. The legislation, approved in a 34-3 vote and now headed to the House for further consideration, requires a three-quarters majority support in e...

  • Biologist explains how marijuana causes tumor cells to commit suicide

    Biologist explains how marijuana causes tumor cells to commit suicide

    ( from NaturalNews) The therapeutic potential of cannabis appears limitless, extending far beyond just relieving nausea or pain in the terminally ill. Christina Sanchez, a molecular biologist from Compultense University in Madrid, Spain, has been studying the molecular activity of cannabinoids for more tha...

  • Marijuana patient, Kalkaska County don't settle case - Local News - Traverse City Record-Eagle

    Marijuana patient, Kalkaska County don't settle case - Local News - Traverse City Record-Eagle

    By MICHELLE MERLIN mmerlin@record-eagle.com | TRAVERSE CITY — A federal lawsuit filed against Kalkaska County and several of its departments and officers alleges county officials mistreated a stage 4 cancer survivor who is a medical marijuana patient. County officials and the plaintiff, Marcus Wilson,...

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