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Georgia and Kentucky Marching Into the CBD Box Canyon

Kentucky and Georgia are moving forward with bills that would legalize the use of cannabidiol by patients. The Kentucky Senate unanimously approved a bill that would allow the medical schools at the state’s two public institutions to treat severe seizure disorders w...

If Obama Admits Marijuana = Alcohol, Why is it Schedule I?

Alcohol, unlike cannabis, is a central nervous system depressant. Its over-consumption may cause respiratory failure, coma, and death. By contrast, consuming cannabis -- regardless of quantity -- cannot cause lethal overdose.

News of the Herb: Week 16

As Colorado plows forward with working systems for both medical and recreational pot, reporting moderate tax revenues that promise to grow, its northwestern partner in early recreational legalization languishes. Washington State’s medical marijuana program has been ...

The Great Iowa Medical Marijuana Debacle

Some Iowa families say without medical marijuana, they will have no choice but to move to Colorado to save their children’s lives. Meanwhile, the state government claims that although they are sympathetic to the severity of their situation, they can find no reason t...

Colorado: Marijuana Busts to Be Reversed

Stoners in the process of appealing their pot conviction at the time recreational marijuana was legalized in Colorado may have the opportunity for their cases to be dismissed, according to a recent court ruling.

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