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Not If We Legalize Marijuana But How

September 10, 2013 will go down in reform history as the day the Senate figured out it’s not “if” we legalize marijuana but “how” we legalize marijuana. Senator Pat Leahy (D-VT), Chair of the Senate Judiciary Committee, called a hearing on th...

Feds Mull Merits of Pot Legalization and Regulation

Speaking today before the US Senate Judiciary Committee, Deputy Attorney General James Cole reaffirmed that the Justice Department is unlikely to challenge statewide marijuana legalization efforts, provided that these efforts impose “robust regulations” which ...

Sen. Patrick Leahy Outspoken at Senate Hearing

"The absolute criminalization of personal marijuana use has contributed to our nation's soaring prison population and has disproportionately affected people of color," Sen. Patrick Leahy, D-Vt., said Tuesday in a first-ever hearing aimed at reconciling rapid...

New Jersey Assembly Approves Changes to Medical Marijuana Law

The new Jersey Assembly Approved Changes tot he Medical Marijuana Law today, allowing marijuana to be distributed to ill children in edible form and permiting growers to cultivate more than three strains. The bill does not, however, ease the requirement that a pediatricia...

A Facebook Laugh Leads to Pot Bust of Missouri Professor

A Facebook laugh led to a pot cultivation bust of a Missouri college professor last week. Matthew Rouch, 57, who is a professor at Northwest Missouri State University, allegedly posted an alarming message on the wall of a friend that stated, "By October I'll be w...

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