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Florida: No Groups Contesting Medical Marijuana in Supreme Court

Days after Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi, one of the grizzliest opposing forces of medical marijuana in 2014, announced that she was not going to involve herself in any combative efforts to stop a similar initiative in the next election, the state’s Supreme Cou...

Mexico: High Court Upholds Individual Right to Cannabis

In a 4-to-1 decision on Nov. 4, the Criminal Chamber of Mexico's Supreme Court of Justice ruled that the prohibition of consumption and cultivation of cannabis for personal use is unconstitutional, voiding five articles of the country's principal narcoti...

Ohio Supreme Court: Change the Wording on ResponsibleOhio’s Ballot Description

The Ohio Supreme Court handed down a verdict earlier this week that suggested the state intentionally penned a misleading description of ResponsibleOhio’s initiative to legalize marijuana and ordered election officials to edit the content with a less subje...

Canada Supreme Court Lifts Ban on Marijuana Edibles

Medical marijuana patients in Canada are now allowed to use edible cannabis products, according to the latest ruling from the country’s Supreme Court.

Supreme Court: Cops Cannot Detain Suspects to Wait for Drug-Sniffing Dog

It is unconstitutional for police, attempting to conduct a roadside shakedown, to hold a motorist without reasonable suspicion while waiting for a drug-sniffing dog to arrive on the scene. This is the latest Supreme Court ruling, which was handed down on Tuesday, that cla...



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