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Game Changing Medical Marijuana Bill Introduced to the House

The issue of federal cannabis reform took another step forward this week with the introduction of a proposal in the House of Representatives that aims to legalize medical marijuana across the nation.

Report: Racial Disparities in Arrests Persist with Legal Pot

Not surprisingly, the legalization of marijuana in Colorado has reduced pot arrests, but a newly released study says it doesn't solve one of the central goals of drug-policy reformers: ending racial disparities in enforcement.

Maryland Proposal Would Eliminate Pot as Parole Violation

Although marijuana has been decriminalized in Maryland for the past year, it is still considered a violation of parole and probation to be caught in possession of the herb or submit a positive drug screen. However, a new bill, which won the approval of the House of Delega...

Psilocybin Could Cure Alcoholism

Alcoholics often use the phrase “one foot in front of the other” when discussing their method for continued sobriety, but it turns out that it may be alright to trip every once in a while. Researchers at the University of New Mexico School of Medicine believe ...

$68 Million Marijuana Research Contract Awarded to University of Mississippi

The National Institute of Health announced Monday that its exclusive pot research deal with Ole Miss will continue. Almost $70 million will be given to the university to increase the number of its marijuana plants and develop new methods of growing.

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