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Md. Police Chief Cites Hoax in Anti-Marijuana Argument

In an over-zealous attempt to plead his case against the legalization of marijuana, Annapolis police chief Michael Pristoop stood before the Maryland legislature earlier this week citing statistics from a viral piece of news satire that reported 37 overdose deaths in Colo...

Sparks Fly at Florida Medical Marijuana Debate

Florida will be voting on a constitutional amendment to legalize medical marijuana in November. To discuss the issue, the University of Tampa hosted a debate between chief petitioner attorney John Morgan and marijuana’s public enemy number one, Kevin Sabet from the ...

Survey: New Mexico Needs More Marijuana

New Mexico is running out of pot. According to a comprehensive survey of randomly selected New Mexico medical marijuana users, the supply of legally grown cannabis is failing to meet patient demand. The Department of Health survey found that the 9,760 medical pot patients...

Cops Claim Contact High From Impounded Marijuana

Police in the French city of Roubaix are claiming to be the recipients of one hell of a contact high. Roughly 100 pounds of confiscated pot is being held at the station. And, according to the cops, it’s getting them stoned. Officers even claim they’v...

Michigan: Renters' Rights in Peril

A new Michigan bill would make it illegal for renters to grow -- or even smoke -- medical marijuana on private property if the owner forbids it. Senators Rick Jones and James Marleau introduced the Republican-sponsored proposal, Senate Bill 783, last week. The b...

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