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Colorado Funds Medical Marijuana Research, A First

Colorado awarded more than $8 million for medical marijuana research Wednesday, a step toward addressing complaints that little is known about pot's medical potential.

Report: Hawaii Should Legalize Dispensaries

A comprehensive report released by Hawaii’s state auditor recommends implementing dispensaries in the Aloha State. The Hawaii legislature legalized medical marijuana in 2000 but the current law does not permit dispensaries and limits caregivers to serving only ...

Insurers Covering Marijuana

New insurance products are emerging to cover a slew of new businesses in both legal and non-legal states as a result of the movement to legalize marijuana across the nation. For example, there is crop insurance for field and hydroponic cannabis growers, traditio...

Cali Hospitals Have Been Sentencing MedCan Users To Death

Over this past weekend, California's leading medical body voted unanimously to end a certain kind of discrimination against medical marijuana users that has been quietly preying on the most vulnerable amongst our community.

Medical Marijuana Farmers Forced to Break Federal Law for Seed

While marijuana legalization continues to gain ground in states all across the country, federal law still considers cannabis to be a Schedule I dangerous substance with no medicinal value. This, of course, presents some challenges in states which are preparing to launch a...

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