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60K Marijuana Plants Quarantined Over Pesticide Fears

According to the USA Today, approximately 60,000 marijuana plants have been quarantined and temporarily barred from sale by Denver city officials. The plants were reportedly treated with unapproved pesticides that could lead to health problems when inhaled.

Bill That Would Allow Pot Companies to Use Banks Introduced to Congress

A marijuana banking bill was introduced to Congress this week in an effort to allow legal cannabis companies to open bank accounts.

Scientists Debunk Theory That Pot Is a Gateway Drug

A 2012 study claiming marijuana is a gateway drug has been debunked. In fact, fresh analysis shows that poverty, mental illness and peer group pressure are all much stronger predicators of drug use.

Marijuana Company Funds Summer Job Program for At-Risk Teens

Some Illinois teens could potentially be working in the medical marijuana industry this summer thanks to a generous donation to the city of Bloomington for the creation of a labor program for local youngsters.

New York State's Push for Cannabis Justice

Back in March 2015, Connecticut's Supreme Court, the state's highest, ruled that those convicted of past cannabis possession misdemeanors can have the charges erased from their records because the state decriminalized the herb in 2011. The unanimous ruling ca...

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