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Colorado Asks Feds Permission to Grow Weed on College Campuses

Obtaining permission from the United States government to research the potential health benefits of marijuana has proven to be a daunting task throughout the years. Even in states where weed is now legal, the DEA’s Schedule I classification of the herb prevents many...

Credit Union Charges Cannabusinesses Higher Fees

There are some 105 financial institutions in the U.S. providing banking services to marijuana dispensaries and other pot businesses, that's less than 1% of all banks and credit unions nationwide. There is simply no incentives for either institution to do business with...

Feds Create Confusion for MedCan Patients

Although marijuana has been made legal for medicinal and recreational purposes in over half of the United States, these laws are nearly worthless to the average working class citizen. Because of conflicting state and federal policies, most of these statutes do absolutely ...

Marijuana Laws in All 50 States: Oct. 27

The US Attorney General said last week that he is “cautiously optimistic” about efforts to legalize cannabis in the United States. Eric Holder recently announced plans to retire from his leading position with the Justice Department, but he says the agency is s...

Marijuana Workers Risk Federal Prosecution

Regardless of the job one holds in the marijuana industry, business owners and employees in legal states still face federal prosecution each day they report to work. The glass house illusion surrounding the newly legalized pot market is that state laws provide protection,...

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