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Cannabusiness: Women Take to Capitol Hill and Weigh in on Pot Legalization

Seventy-six smartly-dressed women from Women Grow, a national network of female marijuana entrepreneurs, lobbied nearly 100 congressional representatives on Capitol Hill this week. Their issues included tax reform and access to banking, two crucial elements to the le...

Chaos D.C.: Marijuana Becomes Legal Next Week Without Regulations

The District of Columbia’s recently passed voter Initiative 71, which legalized the cultivation, possession and use of marijuana in the nation’s capital, has nearly survived its 30-day congressional review and the new law is set to take effect within next week...

Indiana Medical Marijuana Bill Denied a Hearing

Indiana will not be one of the next states to legalize medical marijuana. While the social media has been buzzing with some level of wishful enthusiasm for the past several months over the possibility that 2015 could be the year when state lawmakers finally loosen their c...

Lebanon's Legalization Push

Lebanon's longtime leader of the Druze ethnicity, Walid Jumblatt, now an MP with the Progressive Socialist Party, has emerged as Lebanon's foremost voice for cannabis legalization.

Who Will Legalize Ohio… and How?

Those days seem like ancient history now that the green rush is on and news media are proclaiming that marijuana is the biggest growth industry in America. Nowhere is the confluence of activism and capitalism more pronounced than the great state of Ohio.

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