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Mass.: Marijuana Odor No Longer Probable Cause

Law enforcement officers in the state of Massachusetts can no longer use the odor of unburnt marijuana as an excuse to search a vehicle. Earlier this week, the Supreme Judicial Court handed down the verdict that pays respect to the state’s decriminalization laws by ...

Oregon Dispensary Busts: Lives Devastated for Nothing

The final arguments have been heard in the last of three prosecutions that targeted medical marijuana dispensaries in northern, southern and eastern Oregon.  In the end, after tens of thousands of taxpayer dollars spent, hundreds of police and prosecutor hours wasted...

Multiple DEA Agents Ignored Detained Student

An arrest for marijuana possession turned into a hellish experience for college student Daniel Chong, who was handcuffed in a Drug Enforcement holding cell for five days without food or water and later found half dead. However, this unfortunate incident was not the result...

Who's Next For Legal Marijuana?

Advocates seeking more lenient marijuana laws have no intention of stopping with Colorado and Washington. Twenty-three states and the District of Columbia have allowed marijuana for medicinal purposes, and more could follow.

Cannabis City Opens In Seattle

I'm just returning home to Portland from a trip to Seattle for the opening of the first legal marijuana store in the city. It was a thrill to be a part of my first real media circus!

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