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USDA Does Not Hire Stoners

The word on the street is the United States Department of Agriculture intends to test employees living in legal marijuana states for pot. Earlier last month, a memo from USDA officials made its way to the national offices of marijuana lobbying group NORML, which stat...

The Clinic: A Surprising Link Between Marijuana and Schizophrenia

What's the connection, if any, between marijuana and schizophrenia? Scientific studies have, in some cases, found a tenuous link, but common sense also says that if marijuana caused schizophrenia, incidents of the chronic, severe, disabling brain disorder would have s...

High Court: Warrant Needed For Cell Phone Searches

he US Supreme Court issued a key ruling in favor of Fourth Amendment rights in the digital age June 25, finding unanimously that police in most cases need a warrant before searching the cell phone or personal electronic device of an arrestee. 

Cops Are Being Sued for Dead Pot Plants

It is one of the greatest pleasures of American law enforcement to kick down the doors of the unsuspecting stoner in hopes of being given the opportunity to seize and destroy a room full of marijuana plants. However, while cocky cops have been getting their kicks for deca...

Wis. Gov.: CBD Oil Bill Won’t Help Anyone

A two-month old Wisconsin law intended to allow patients with intractable epilepsy access to cannabidiol, a non-psychotropic plant cannabinoid, is not going as planned, Republican Gov. Scott Walker recently acknowledged.

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