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Poll: Majority of NY Voters Support Legal Marijuana

A new Quinnipiac University Poll released Monday revealed that an overwhelming majority – 88 percent – of New York voters support legalizing medical marijuana, with only nine percent opposed. Additionally, a majority of New Yorkers support legalizing recreatio...

DEA Okay With Hiring Former Stoners

While we’re not exactly sure why any self-respecting ex-stoner would want to work for the DEA, the opportunity exists, nonetheless. The Drug Enforcement Administration’s hiring policy allows former cannabis consumers to apply for employment as long as their pa...

Massachusetts: Home Delivery for Medical Pot

Last month the Massachusetts Department of Health announced the first 20 medical marijuana dispensaries to receive licenses. Now, the head of the state’s medical pot program has announced that all licensed dispensaries are expected to offer home delivery services. ...

Rhode Island: Legal Marijuana Possible

On Wednesday, the nation’s smallest state took a big step towards recreational legalization when legislators introduced the Marijuana Regulation, Control and Taxation Act that would permit possession of up to one ounce by all adults 21 and older. Introduced by state...

Hey, Massachusetts! Here's 20 Medical Pot Dispensaries

Last week the Massachusetts Department of Health announced the first 20 medical marijuana dispensaries to receive licenses from the state. However, the state’s medical pot law passed by voters in 2012 allows up to 35 dispensaries. Officials did not indicate why the ...

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