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LA Weed Culture -- Still A Hotbed Of Debate In The SFV

Despite California being the first state in the union to permit pot use due in the landmark 1996 medical marijuana initiative, the weed industry is stilled mired in controversy as the maze of state and Federal laws continue to contradict each other.

Optimistic Consideration for a Stoner Nation

Marijuana legalization efforts across the United States are gaining momentum, but unfortunately, rather than our fiendish American leaders accepting the ways of the peace pipe, some politicians would rather carry on the long-dead debate as to how marijuana fits in with th...

Drug Policy Reform Conference Creates Unity for Legalization

The three-day Drug Policy Alliance International Reform Conference has come to a close in Denver, Colorado. Reform leaders and activists from across the country and around the world gathered to learn from the experience of Colorado’s medical marijuana and marijuana ...

Legalized Pot in Ireland?

The worldwide push for cannabis legalization has found a foothold in Ireland, and the movement needs your help. On Nov. 5, a cannabis regulation bill will be presented to the Irish government, the Dáil Éireann, by Independent politician Luke “Ming&rdqu...

Oregon’s Inevitable Pot Legalization in 2014

After Colorado and Washington legalized marijuana in 2012, the eyes of reformers looked to the next set of marijuana-friendly states. Both California and Oregon are high on the list, having tried and failed to legalize in 2010 and 2012, respectively. Recalling the evoluti...

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