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State Agency Report: California Could Benefit from Legalized Marijuana

If California legalizes a recreational cannabis industry in 2016, the state could be in a position to save nearly half a billion dollars through law enforcement reductions and tax revenue, according to a new report.

U.S. Postal Service Reports Fewer Pot Shipments Since Legalization

Contrary to critics of legalized marijuana, a new report indicates that pot reform has led to a decrease in illegal shipments of the herb through the U.S. Postal Service – just another piece of evidence proving that prohibition is the root of fel...

Labor Unions Endorse Legal Weed in Ohio

Although the mission behind a proposal to legalize recreational marijuana in Ohio in 2016 has been met with a great deal of criticism, the collation behind this effort just received a major endorsement that could serve as a strong arm of persuasion to successfully launch ...

Oregon Want $5 Million to Spy on Pot Shops

When voters in Oregon agreed last year to banish prohibition and establish a legal framework for a statewide cannabis market, they had no idea that law enforcement was scheming to create a master plan aimed at squeezing pot dollars to spy on the state's suppliers...

Judge Declines to Remove Marijuana from Dangerous Drug List

A federal judge in California declined Wednesday to remove marijuana from the list of most dangerous drugs.

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