Federal Crackdown Busts Montana’s MMJ Industry

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If American society’s tolerance for marijuana is now growing, then what happened in Montana illustrates just what can happen when the government decides things have gone too far. Pot advocates were running caravans, helping hundreds of residents in a day … Read More

N.H. Senate Panel Removes Home-Grow Option

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A Senate committee yesterday endorsed medical marijuana legislation that passed the House earlier this year, but removed a provision opposed by Gov. Maggie Hassan that would have allowed patients to grow their own cannabis. Sen. Nancy Stiles, a Hampton Republican … Read More

Medical Marijuana Dispensary Bans Upheld By High Court

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California Supreme Court Rules Cities and Counties Can Use Zoning to Ban Pot Shops The state Supreme Court decisively ruled Monday that cities and counties have the right to ban medical marijuana dispensaries from operating within their territory, but leading … Read More

Some Dispensaries Not Too Thrilled By Legal Pot

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Medical marijuana groups are wary of a bill that would legalize and tax marijuana in Maine. Estimates nationwide suggest if marijuana were legal, much of the profit gained by medical retailers and black-market criminals would disappear. That worries Glenn Peterson, … Read More

Federal Law Trumps Colorado’s on Medical Marijuana

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A severely disabled man fired because of his after-hours medical-marijuana use has no legal recourse because the drug remains banned under federal law, a Colorado court ruled Thursday. A three-judge panel of the Colorado Court of Appeals upheld 2-1 the … Read More

New Stricter State Proposal Would Allow MMJ

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Lawmakers have introduced a measure with stricter provisions than past failed efforts to legalize marijuana sales to New Yorkers who have a “severe debilitating or life-threatening’’ health condition. The new bill, which ends such past ideas as letting people grow … Read More

Bill Introduced in Congress Would Fix MMJ Conflict

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A bill introduced in Congress on Friday would fix the conflict between the federal government’s marijuana prohibition and state laws that allow medical or recreational use. California Republican Rep. Dana Rohrabacher said his bill, which has three Republican and three … Read More

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