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U.S. Senate Votes to Prevent DEA Interference With Medical Marijuana

Federal lawmakers gathered on Capitol Hill this week in a continued effort to prevent the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration from sabotaging statewide medical marijuana programs.

HIGH TIMES Legislative Roundup: April 11

As we near the election season, debate about marijuana legalization seems to be heating up more and more.  

Congress Members to VA: Let Veterans Smoke Marijuana

Despite the men and women of the United States military being forced to risk life and limb to protect the agenda of the federal government, those who return home wounded from the battlefield are not given the same freedom to take advantage of statewide medical marijuana p...

Florida Voters Will Likely Get to Decide on Medical Marijuana This Year

Although Florida lawmakers approved an ultra-restrictive medical marijuana program two years ago, state health officials are still nowhere even close to organizing the regulatory affairs that are supposed to eventually allow the distribution of low-THC cannabis products t...

Texas Prepares to Sell Medical Marijuana to No One

Although the Texas Legislature lacked the guts in 2015 to pass a comprehensive medical marijuana program that would have allowed patients from across the board to have access to an effective treatment option, state lawmakers did manage to put their seal of approval on a p...

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