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Vermont Next to Legalize?

Vermont Gov. Peter Shumlin said yesterday that he is now open to discussing the regulation and legalization of limited amounts of marijuana for adult use following the Justice Department announcement stating that marijuana businesses will be allowed to operate in Colorado...

Washington State Regulators Seek To Limit Pot Retail

Just days after the U.S. Justice Department said it would not sue to block legal pot so long as certain guidelines are met, Washington state regulators announced yesterday that they want to cap the amount of space available to grow recreational marijuana at two-million sq...

DEA’s Pot Seizures Down More Than 60 Percent Since 2010

Do shrinking state and federal budgets spell an end to the DEA’s longstanding crop eradication efforts? Newly released data from the agency indicates that the answer may be yes.

25 Years Ago: DEA Judge Ruled Pot Should Be Reclassified Under Federal Law

Today marks the 25-year anniversary of an administrative ruling which determined that cannabis possesses accepted medical utility and ought to be reclassified accordingly under federal law.

Prior Pot Conviction Means No Medical Marijuana for Illinois Patients

Michelle had been one of the leading activists on this issue, testifying before the Illinois legislature on the need to pass the medical marijuana bill. She brought the letters from her rheumatologist and her back surgeon explaining the sincerity of her medical use. Her t...

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