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Study: Medical Marijuana Laws Don't Lead to More Teen Toking

Medical marijuana laws don't trigger an increase in teen pot smoking, a new study concludes. Pot smoking by teens has been increasing, and earlier research has shown that fewer of them see marijuana as risky. But the new study suggests that medical marijuana laws...

State Police Partner with National Guard to Fight Drug War

Reports indicate that Atterbury-Muscatatuck, which is a training facility maintained by the State of Indiana and the Department of Defense, is being used by the State Police and the National Guard to engage in simulated raids against marijuana operations.

Cannabis May Temper Opioid Use

A recent collaborative study done by researchers from San Francisco, Los Angeles and Denver took a look at cannabis use amongst opiate users, and reached some interesting conclusions that could help the case for statewide and nationwide legalization.

New Survey Finds Nearly 1 in 6 MS Patients Use Medical Pot

New survey data has revealed that 16 percent of all multiple sclerosis patients currently use medicinal cannabis and 25 percent have tried medical pot at least once to treat symptoms of the debilitating disease.

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