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Filipinos Face Life in Prison for Pot

The Philippine Department of Health (DOH) has issued a stern warning to citizens using marijuana as medicine that any and all uses of pot remain illegal.  During a Philippine Medical Association forum, DOH spokesman Dr. Eric Tayag ex...

Medical Pot Patient Takes on Canadian Government

  A Hamilton medical pot patient has filed an affidavit against the Canadian government arguing that his Charter rights were violated both by being arrested for growing pot and being denied access to his medicine while incarcerated. Mike Szymcz...

Marijuana May Snuff Out Brain Tumors

There is a significant amount of evidence piling up that not only suggests that marijuana can ease the ill effects of brain cancer, but it also has the medicinal power to snuff it out at the core.

Medical Marijuana Lobbyists Obstruct Legalization Bill in Maine

While Alaska and Oregon look to legalize recreational marijuana through ballot initiative in 2014, Maine Representative Diane Russell has been working with NORML to introduce marijuana legalization through the state legislature.

Marijuana May Be Used to Treat Autism

Recent studies indicate that compounds found in marijuana may be used to successfully treat autism.

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