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Michigan Loses Medical Pot Providers

The number of licensed medical cannabis caregivers in Michigan dropped by almost half in 2013. The drastic decline is primarily attributable to changes in state law and a key ruling by the Michigan Supreme Court last year.   The raw figures are startling. In 2012...

Washington Attorney General: Pot Shop Bans Okay

While the legalization of marijuana in Colorado has led to retail cannabis shops running out of weed, the other state that legalized recreational pot in November 2012 is still sputtering at the ganja gate. Thursday, Washington State Attorney General Bob Ferguson issued an...

Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid Backs Medical Pot

In an eye-opening interview with the Las Vegas Sun, Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-NV) expressed his support for legalizing medicinal cannabis, saying, “I think we need to take a real close look at this. I think that there’s some medical reasons for mari...

Cleveland Browns Receiver Tweets Pot Pic

On Thursday, Cleveland Browns wide receiver Davone Bess tweeted a photo of a blunt, a pile of ground up weed and a small bag of pot. In the pic, it is clear Bess is watching a documentary called Cocaine Cowboys. But apparently he isn’t impressed with the coke smuggl...

DC Closer to Decrim

Earlier today Washington, DC moved one step closer to decriminalizing cannabis when the DC Council’s Committee voted 5-0 in support of a bill that would end all criminal charges for those busted with small amounts of weed. Under the currently law, even a joint could...

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