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NORML Helps Explain DC's New Marijuana Law

The District of Columbia officially implemented its initiative to legalize recreational pot last Thursday, but part of the new law has many scratching their heads. Fortunately, DC's NORML chapter is helping clarify what it means to "legally transfer" marijua...

Top Pot Researcher Weighs in on Long-Term Effects of Marijuana Use

According to a prominent cannabis researcher, there is no evidence that marijuana use by adults causes any long-term health damage.

HIGH TIMES Legislative Roundup: March 2

Last week, the United States made a great deal of progress in the realm of marijuana reform. The biggest news came from Alaska and the District of Columbia.

Study: Women More Likely to View Marijuana as Risky

Women are twice as likely as men to believe that regular cannabis consumption poses “great risk,” according to a demographic analysis published this month in the journal Drug and Alcohol Dependence.

Native American Tribes Converge to Discuss Marijuana Legalization

Representatives from dozens of tribes converged in Washington state this week to discuss marijuana legalization and the potential creation of a tribal cannabis association.

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