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Colorado Schools to Track Marijuana Offenses by Students

Colorado schools will begin compiling data on students who get busted for using or distributing marijuana, an effort aimed at gauging the effects of the drug's legalization in the state.

U.S. Senator: Ban on Hemp Production Hurts American Farmers

Industrial hemp could, once again, become a great American cash crop. It would bring an end to the downtrodden inflicted upon farmers across the nation, pulling them out of the dark red and into the green. This is the message that resonated through the halls of the U.S. S...

Lawmaker Vows to Eliminate the DEA's Marijuana Eradication Program

Federal lawmakers are doing everything they can to weaken the power of the Drug Enforcement Administration. Earlier last week, the House of Representatives made a historical move by putting their seal of approval on several proposed amendments aimed at prohibiting the DEA...

State Agency Report: California Could Benefit from Legalized Marijuana

If California legalizes a recreational cannabis industry in 2016, the state could be in a position to save nearly half a billion dollars through law enforcement reductions and tax revenue, according to a new report.

Canada Supreme Court Lifts Ban on Marijuana Edibles

Medical marijuana patients in Canada are now allowed to use edible cannabis products, according to the latest ruling from the country’s Supreme Court.

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