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Strict Missouri Reduces Marijuana Possession Penalties

Provisions in a new Missouri measure reduce the state’s marijuana possession penalties, which are among some of the strictest in the nation. Presently, the possession of up to 35 grams of marijuana is classified as a Class A criminal misdemeanor, punishable by up to...

Trials Evaluating CBD For Epilepsy Still Years Away

Lawmakers in numerous states, including Alabama, Mississippi, Kentucky, and Wisconsin, hailed the passage of legislative measures this past spring calling for state-sponsored clinical trials to assess the efficacy of cannabidiol-rich oil in children with intractable epile...

Medical Marijuana More Effective Than Big Pharma for Fibromyalgia

For the estimated five million Americans suffering from Fibromyalgia (FM), a chronic pain condition of unknown etiology, pain, fatigue, and depression are often a way of life. Though the US Food and Drug Administration has approved a small number of drugs to treat symptom...

Maryland Governor Signs Marijuana Reform Measures Into Law

Democrat Governor Martin O’Malley this week signed legislation significantly reforming Maryland’s cannabis laws.

This Woman Will Legalize Marijuana in Georgia

Heading up the legalization effort is Sharon Ravert, the head of Peachtree NORML. I first met Sharon when I was working for NORML, coordinating local chapters. In just three years, she and her intrepid band of volunteers, including Kelley Hammock and Dean S...

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