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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...

Majority of Maryland Voters Support Pot Legalization

A new public opinion poll released today by the Marijuana Policy Project (MPP) and the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) reports that 53 percent of Maryland voters support the legalization of recreational marijuana. These results were released just after Maryland...

Maryland Gov. Appoints Commission to Oversee Medical Marijuana Rollout, Set for Oct. 1

Maryland's medical marijuana law is set to take effect October 1, but the terms for growing and distributing pot still need to be hammer out, so Gov. Martin O'Malley named 11 people yesterday to a commission that will oversee the process.

Maryland Legalizes Medical Pot

Maryland will become the 19th state to approve medical marijuana. Governor Martin O’Malley will sign the legislation at a ceremony Thursday.   The medical pot bill establishes “academic medical research centers” that will act as dispensaries...

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