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Colorado Schools to Track Marijuana Offenses by Students

Colorado schools will begin compiling data on students who get busted for using or distributing marijuana, an effort aimed at gauging the effects of the drug's legalization in the state.

Oregon Lawmakers Getting Closer on Shaping New Pot Industry

In less than a month, Oregonians over age 21 will be able to legally grow, own and consume their own small amounts of recreational marijuana. Legislators, however, are still working on the regulations that will govern the legal marijuana industry. After months o...

Here's Why We Should Rethink Rescheduling Marijuana

Rescheduling cannabis under the Controlled Substances Act—based on the history of three failed efforts—is clearly not a feasible option for changing federal law with respect to medical marijuana. Furthermore, it is no longer an acceptable policy option. Mariju...

Presidential Candidate Bernie Sanders Supports Marijuana Decriminalization, Possibly Legalization

Those concerned that the next U.S. president won’t be as amenable to marijuana as the Obama administration might consider voting for Democratic nominee and current U.S. Senator Bernie Sanders (I-VT), who voiced his outright support for decriminalization—and pe...

Marijuana Harvested for Medical Use in Chile

A Chilean municipality harvested legal medical marijuana Tuesday as part of a government-approved pilot project aimed at helping ease pain in cancer patients.

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