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Legal Experts Urge Caution as Tribes Enter Pot Business

Tribes across the U.S. are finding marijuana is risky business nearly a year after a Justice Department policy indicated they could grow and sell pot under the same guidelines as states.

Colorado Governor Gets Involved in State’s Pot Pesticide Problem

When Denver’s environmental health unit warned the state’s booming marijuana businesses that it intended to enforce federal, state, and local laws governing the use of pesticides and agricultural chemicals, pesticide enforcement in Denver quickly followed...

New Report Predicts Which States Are Most and Least Likely to Legalize Pot By 2017

As the 2016 election looms in the distance, with a number of states working to put initiatives aimed at legalizing marijuana on their respective ballots, everyone from the studied cannabis activist to the average stoner has come crawling out of the woodwork in an attempt ...

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.

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