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Police In Houston To Stop Charging Minor Pot Offenders

Beginning January 1, police in America’s fourth largest city will cease filing criminal charges against minor marijuana possession offenders.  

Pittsburgh Potheads Could See Decriminalization in 2016

Pittsburgh could be the next Pennsylvania municipality to decriminalize the possession of marijuana.

Canadian Prime Minister Sets Legal Weed Into Motion

While the United States government continues to sandbag the issue of nationwide marijuana reform, the newly elected Canadian Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau, has already set into motion the procedures necessary to bring down prohibition in the northern nation.

Florida: No Groups Contesting Medical Marijuana in Supreme Court

Days after Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi, one of the grizzliest opposing forces of medical marijuana in 2014, announced that she was not going to involve herself in any combative efforts to stop a similar initiative in the next election, the state’s Supreme Cou...

HIGH TIMES Legislative Roundup: November 16

It was another huge week in the fight to legalize marijuana across the United States. Some of the biggest news comes from the District of Columbia, where the U.S. Senate voted to make medical marijuana available to veterans. Other highlights include another push in Ohio t...

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