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Indiana's Anti-Gay Law Brings to Life the First Church of Cannabis

A loophole in Indiana's recently enacted anti-gay legislation has brought to life the First Church of Cannabis. Papers filed with the Secretary of State were accepted, meaning the state must recognize this new church as a legitimate ministry and accepted faith.

Game Changing Medical Marijuana Bill Introduced to the House

The issue of federal cannabis reform took another step forward this week with the introduction of a proposal in the House of Representatives that aims to legalize medical marijuana across the nation.

Obama Predicts Marijuana Will Be Rescheduled

President Obama spent the majority of 2014 skirting the issue of marijuana reform, but it appears as though some elusive power has finally given the leader of the free world permission to take his cookie-cutter comments on pot reform to the next level. During an interview...

Florida Lawmakers Attempts to Legalize Statewide Cannabis Industry

A democratic lawmaker has proposed the establishment of a regulated, recreational marijuana market in Florida. While the bill is not expected to pass, many believe the state has a real chance at legalizing medical marijuana in 2016.

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...

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