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Veteran with PTSD Faces Life Sentence for Growing 6 Pot Plants

Last year, Kris Lewandowski, a disabled three-term Iraqi War veteran with PTSD, was arrested in Oklahoma for growing and using pot to treat his symptoms, but that was just the beginning of his problems.

Pot Lawsuit Could Threaten Medical Marijuana Programs Across the Nation

States are free to legalize marijuana, Colorado said Friday in a filing to the U.S. Supreme Court in response to a lawsuit from neighboring states that have asked the nation's highest court to shut down Colorado's pot law. Colorado argued that blocking recreationa...

Oklahoma Republicans Oppose Anti-Pot Lawsuit

Several Oklahoma Republicans came to the defense of marijuana, albeit inadvertently, after the state joined Nebraska in a lawsuit seeking to reverse Colorado’s recreational pot law.

Nebraska, Oklahoma Sue Colorado Over Cannabis Laws

In the most serious challenge yet to Colorado's cannabis legalization policy, the states of Nebraska and Oklahoma took the unusual move of filing a legal case against it directly with the US Supreme Court. The two states argue that "the State of Colorad...

The Clinic: Medical Marijuana in Oklahoma?

Prior to the 2012 election, when Colorado and Washington state voters approved legalizing marijuana by wide margins, longtime pot reformers used to get together in smoky back rooms and debate which state would “go green” first. Now, given all the recent moment...

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