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Tennessee: Statewide Decriminalization Bill Introduced

Lawmakers in Tennessee have taken steps to reform the state’s antiquated pot laws with the filing of a set of bills aimed at decriminalizing the possession and distribution of small amounts of marijuana. Earlier last week, Senator Jeff Yarbro and Repr...

Politics Stall PA Medical Bill In House

The medical cannabis bill SB1182 approved by the Pennsylvania State Senate has stalled in the House in spite of efforts to get House Majority Leader Mike Turzai (R-Allegheny) to move the bill out of the House Judiciary Committee quickly onto the floor ...

30 Grams of Marijuana Legal in Philadelphia (Kinda)

Today Philadelphia Mayor Michael Nutter made history by signing a decriminalization bill into law that, starting October 20th would make possessing 30 or less grams a fine of $25 and a $100 fine or community service for smoking in public within city limits. This makes Phi...

Penn Medical Marijuana Bill Is Lame

When the Pennsylvania Senate approved a proposal last week aimed at legalizing medical marijuana, supporters were hoping for something more substantial than a green light on a restricted bill. Supporters argue that while patients across the state who suffer from condition...

The Clinic: PA. Senate Approves Medical Marijuana, Gov. Readies Veto

Every Democrat in the Pennsylvania State Senate, and 20 out of 27 Republicans, voted on Wednesday in support of a measure that would legalize medical marijuana in highly restricted forms and for only a small percentage of patients in need.

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