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Louisiana Legalizes Medical Marijuana, Eases Up on Pot Penalties

Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal, who is often considered the poster child for the pot-hating politician, signed two pieces of pot legislation into law on Monday—one that legalizes a statewide medical marijuana program and another that reduces the penalties associate...

Indiana Police Threaten to Makes Arrests at First Church of Cannabis Service

On Monday, the First Church of Cannabis announced on social media that rather than risk legal turbulence, the inaugural service on Wednesday would be held without the use of marijuana.

Oregon: Marijuana Is Officially Legal on Wednesday

As of Wednesday, Oregon residents will be officially allowed to cultivate, posses, and consume recreational marijuana without fear of a shakedown erupting from state and local police departments.

150 Cities Fight Back Against War on Drugs

For 28 years, June 26 has been considered the International Day Against Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking by the United Nations. It's stated mission is to "strengthen action and cooperation to achieve the goal of an international society free of drug abuse."...

Rand Paul to Seek Campaign Funds at Pot Summit

Kentucky senator and 2016 presidential candidate Rand Paul is headed to Colorado this week to raise money from the marijuana industry.   

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