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January 30, 2015

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Anchorage Approves Cannabis Cafes, and Denver Should Too

January 28, 2015

Thanks to a ballot initiative approved last summer by the people of Alaska, Alaskans over 21 will no longer face criminal charges for possession or sharing of cannabis up to one ounce, or for cultivation of up to six plants. Like the laws in Colorado, the Alaska measure prohibits public consumption of cannabis. However, an amendment passed by the Anchorage Assembly makes an exemption for public consumption that is “authorized by a state permit or license or authorized by a municipal permit or lease.”

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Alaska Marijuana, Colorado Marijuana, Colorado Marijuana Laws, Marijuana, Marijuana Business and Industry, Recreational Marijuana, Washington Marijuana
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No Common Sense for the Commonwealth (written by Kathryn Slagle)

January 27, 2015

The following article is a repost – originally written by Kathryn Slagle. Check out her amazing story and learn more about why cannabis should be legal medicine for everyone. For more great posts like these, check out Kathryn’s blog at:

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Alaska Marijuana, Articles, California Marijuana, Colorado Marijuana, Epilepsy, Marijuana, Marijuana Ban, Medicinal Marijuana, Washington Marijuana
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Legal Marijuana Is Fastest Growing Industry In United States

January 26, 2015

Most of you probably already guessed this, but now we know it to be true. According to a report released by ArcView Market Research, the U.S. market for legal cannabis grew over 74% in 2014, up to over $2.7 billion in estimated market value. These numbers make cannabis the clear winner for fastest growing industry in the country. This report also shows that if these trends continue and all states legalized the plant, the market will exceed $35 billion. If this were to happen, the cannabis industry would be larger than the organic food industry in the United States.

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California Marijuana, Colorado Marijuana, Marijuana, Marijuana Ban, Marijuana Business and Industry, Marijuana Revenues, Medicinal Marijuana, Recreational Marijuana, Washington Marijuana
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Awesome Infographic! Health Benefits of Marijuana

January 22, 2015

Next time your conservative relatives call cannabis a “dangerous drug,” pull out this handy little infographic and show them some facts!

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Kettle Falls Five Moves to Dismiss Case

January 21, 2015

You may remember our post last December about the Kettle Falls Five, a family from rural northeastern Washington State involved in one of the most talked-about medical marijuana court cases in the country. A motion has now been filed by the defendant to dismiss the case.

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Are Courts Finally Beginning to Understand Cannabis?

January 20, 2015

Recently, the Michigan Appeals Court made headlines when it overturned a drug conviction for a man in Tuscola County. Johnnie Randall was originally accused of illegally producing cannabis, despite having a medical card giving him legal authority to do so.

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Colorado Dispensaries, Marijuana, Marijuana Business and Industry
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New Washington State Bill Would Expunge Past Cannabis Convictions

January 19, 2015

A new bill filed by Washington State Representative Joe Fitzgibbon would allow Washington citizens convicted of misdemeanor possession of cannabis to have the charge fully expunged from their record. When a charge is expunged, it is permanently removed from the court record, meaning it would no longer appear on a criminal background check. The bill has received an outcry of support from cannabis activists and enthusiasts, who believe that now cannabis is legal, the courts should look back and remove charges for those recently punished for its personal use.

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Long Term Marijuana Use Does Not Significantly Affect Lungs

January 18, 2015

As more and more scientific research is conducted on cannabis around the country, some positive news is emerging for frequent and long-time cannabis smokers. According to new data published to the Annals of the American Thoracic Society, the inhalation of one marijuana cigarette per day over a 20-year period is not associated with any adverse changes in lunch health.

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NCAA To Re-Examine Drug Policy

January 18, 2015

Two days ago, the NCAA announced its plans to re-examine its drug testing policies for student athletes. There are two main recommendations made by the NCAA Competitive Safeguards Committee. First, the drug testing procedures would be strengthened for performance enhancing drugs like steroids. Secondly, they plan to find alternatives to testing for non-performance enhancing drugs such as cannabis. This news could represent the start of a long awaited step in the right direction for the often criticized drug testing policies of the NCAA.

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