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MMJ Patient Advocates Take Cannabis Issues to United Nations

As medical marijuana advocates try to expand research and use of pot in the U.S., some are taking the case to the United Nations.  

One Year After DC Legalized Pot, There's Still Nowhere To Buy It

Sales of home grow equipment are booming, bartenders have been known to receive joints as tips, and the city council is considering licensing cannabis clubs, but congressional conservatives continue to ban pot sales in Washington, D.C.  

Los Angeles Ex-Sheriff Pleads Guilty in Prison Abuse Scandal

Retired Los Angeles County Sheriff Lee Baca pleaded guilty Feb. 10 to lying to federal investigators, in what the LA Times calls a "stunning reversal for the longtime law enforcement leader who for years insisted he played no role in the misconduc...

Australian Government Commits to Nationwide Medical Marijuana Program

Australia is on the verge of legalizing a nationwide medical marijuana program. The Turnbull Government took action earlier this week to legalize the leaf for medicinal purposes, a plan that would allow the nation to engage in the controlled cultivation and dist...

New Obama Budget Would Allow Retail Pot Sales in Washington D.C.

While President Obama recently announced that he didn’t have any plans to reform the marijuana laws in the United States before turning over his key to the White House, a proposed federal budget released by his administration earlier this week is poised to disable a...

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