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Pot Matters: State Marijuana Legalization Helps the Feds Focus on Real Crime

The Government Accountability Office (GAO) published a report in December 2015 about state marijuana legalization. The report was requested by Senator Charles Grassley (R-IA), the chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee, and Senator Diane Feinstein ...

DEA Eases Restrictions on CBD Research to Benefit Big Pharma

There was speculation last week that the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration might be on the verge of downgrading the Schedule I classification of the cannabis plant. Unfortunately, the end result proved the implications behind the rumors were somewhat overstated, as the...

US Govt 2016 Budget Protects Medical Marijuana, But Snubs Veterans and Retail Pot Sales in Washington D.C.

Although there was a great deal of anticipation that the details of the latest federal spending bill would include a deeper level of protection in states that have legalized marijuana for medicinal and recreational purposes, the congressional machine behind the dysfunctio...

DEA Allows Cannabis Imports to Facilitate the Big Pharma of Marijuana

The U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration has all but refused to acknowledge lawful cannabis producers as part of legitimate commerce here in the United States, but that has not stopped the agency from working with corporate drug pushers in the importation of cannabis prod...

Pot Matters: The DEA and Cannabis Prisoners

One of the most misleading arguments against the legalization of cannabis is that no one really goes to prison for pot possession.

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