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New Round of Marijuana Deaths Debunked

A study entitled “Sudden Unexpected Death Under Acute Influence of Cannabis,” which was published in the latest edition of Forensic Science International under the guidance of Dr. Benno Hartung, asserts that after conducting post-mortem exa...

PolicyMic Presents: The History of Marijuana From China to Cannabis Cup

PolicyMic dropped a great piece entitled From China to Cannabis Cup: The Complete History of Marijuana, in 11 Photos detailing the debated history of marijuana from usage of the hemp plant in China all the way through to our most recent Cannabis Cup in...

Cannabusiness: Preparing for the Marijuana Revolution

This week we're looking at what's happening around the nation with companies specializing in marijuana-related activities and products. Check out some of the most exciting developments in green technology, vending, lobbying, and more!  

Former Drug Czar: Legalization's Momentum Irreversible

Former US Drug Czar General Barry McCaffrey shocked the mainstream by declaring in Saturday’s Washington Post that “The momentum to treat marijuana as a legal drug is irreversible.” McCaffrey, the head of the Office of National Drug Control Policy d...

Survey: New Mexico Needs More Marijuana

New Mexico is running out of pot. According to a comprehensive survey of randomly selected New Mexico medical marijuana users, the supply of legally grown cannabis is failing to meet patient demand. The Department of Health survey found that the 9,760 medical pot patients...

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