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Lawyers Say Employees Need Marijuana Smoke Breaks

Canadian attorneys believe that as the country’s medical marijuana program prepares for an upgrade, it may be time for employers to seriously consider accommodating the working class cannabis user by providing them with benefits like regular marijuana smoke breaks. ...

Cannabusiness: Marijuana's First Billionaire Isn't Really

Although on paper Bart Mackay is technically pot's first billionaire, he doesn't exactly see it that way for a variety of reasons. Mackay's holdings in CannaVest -- a company focused in developing, producing, marketing and selling end-consu...

Proof US Drug Users Prefer Weed to Speed

Americans are getting more stoned and snorting less blow. At least that appears to be the consensus of the latest RAND Drug Policy Research Center report, which indicates cocaine consumption was down nearly 50 percent in 2010 as opposed to what was in 2006, while the ston...

Colorado Generated Over $14 Million in January

Colorado’s stoner class was responsible for spending upwards of $14 million during the first month of recreational marijuana sales, which ultimately filled the pockets of the state to the tune of over $2 million in tax revenue.

Medical Marijuana at 78% in Florida’s GOP Districts

Prospects for the legalization of medical marijuana in Florida via constitutional amendment got a lot brighter this weekend as the Miami Herald released results of an internal Republican poll on the issue. According to the poll, 78 percent of voters in Florida’s Rep...

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