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New DEA Head Believes Medical Marijuana Should Remain Schedule I

Although a nation of marijuana reform advocates had hoped that former DEA director Michele Leonhart’s successor would be more progressive in his or her approach to the drug war, a recent interview with Chuck Rosenberg, the man now overseeing the DEA’...

Patients With Legal Access To Medical Cannabis Less Likely To Use Prescription Drugs

Patients with legal access to medical marijuana often reduce their use of conventional pharmaceuticals, according to a demographic review of patient characteristics published online in the Journal of Psychoactive Drugs.

HIGH TIMES Legislative Roundup: September 7

Some of the biggest news to surface this past week comes from Florida, where marijuana activists are on their way to getting both medical and recreational marijuana on the ballot in the 2016 election. In Vermont, a key legislative gatekeeper suggests the state will become...

Wikileaf: The Priceline of Pot?

Wikileaf, a comparison-shopping website for medical marijuana, is changing how people buy their pot while saving them time and money.

Florida Could Decide on Recreational Marijuana in 2016

While the Florida state legislature continues to talk in circles around the issue of pot reform, a legion of cannabis activists have come forward with a ballot initiative aimed at legalizing recreational marijuana in 2016.  Regulate Florida, an organization...

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