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Marijuana Harvested for Medical Use in Chile

A Chilean municipality harvested legal medical marijuana Tuesday as part of a government-approved pilot project aimed at helping ease pain in cancer patients.

Student's Mysterious Death Raises Doubts on Drug Informer Use

Nearly a year after North Dakota college student Andrew Sadek's body was found in a river with a bullet in the head, his mother still struggles with how her shy son who liked to bowl and belonged to a club of electricity enthusiasts got mixed up in the dangerous world...

Michigan Celebrates 44th Annual Hash Bash

The 44th annual Hash Bash took place Saturday, April 4 at the University of Michigan. The Midwest’s premier pro-pot event drew an estimated 6,000 people to the sprawling Ann Arbor campus. This year’s event included an appearance by cannabis icon Tomm...

A Presidential Candidate Must Be Pro-Pot to Win 2016 Election

A new poll shows that the majority of voters in key swing states stand in support of marijuana legalization, meaning that presidential candidates will need to adopt pro-pot platforms to be considered serious contenders.

Federal Government Unwittingly Admits Cannabis Kills Cancer

A group of federal researchers commissioned to prove the government’s claim that marijuana has “no medicinal value” may have let some crucial research slip through the cracks, forcing the United States to admit that cannabis can kills cancer.

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