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California Finally Reaches Agreement on Medical Marijuana Rules

After countless drafts and negotiations, California lawmakers announced on Thursday that they had finally reached an agreement on the regulatory structure for the state’s nearly two-decade old medical marijuana industry.  

California: Gov. Brown to Decide If Green Card Drug Offenders Should Be Deported

California families living without the guaranteed protection of U.S. citizenship may no longer have to worry about succumbing to the unsung perils of the minor drug convictions.  

5 Things To Know About Why Colorado Is Suspending Pot Taxes

Colorado is waiving some taxes on recreational marijuana on Sept. 16. A quirk in state law is forcing the one-day tax holiday. Here are some things to know about why Colorado is tapping the brakes on recreational pot taxes:

New DEA Head Believes Medical Marijuana Should Remain Schedule I

Although a nation of marijuana reform advocates had hoped that former DEA director Michele Leonhart’s successor would be more progressive in his or her approach to the drug war, a recent interview with Chuck Rosenberg, the man now overseeing the DEA’...

UK: Parliament to Debate Marijuana Legalization

In response to a public petition demanding that the United Kingdom repeal prohibition, Parliament has announced that it will put the issue of marijuana legalization up for debate at the beginning of next month.

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