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Pro-weed organization to hand out free joints on Inauguration Day

Washington (CNN) –Adam Eidinger wants to make a statement on President-elect Donald Trump’s Inauguration Day by offering 4,200 free joints to anyone willing to take it. On January 20, Eidinger, alongside other marijuana legalization advocates, are going to hand out up to two ounces of marijuana in the form of 4,200 joints to people in […]

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Categories: Politics, Recreational, Washington

Marijuana becomes legal in Massachusetts on Thursday — but don’t go walking down the street smoking it

Any Massachusetts resident over 21 can legally possess up to an ounce of marijuana outside their home Thursday — but don’t go walking down the street smoking it. Though the ballot question approved by voters Nov. 8 is scheduled to go into effect, the law doesn’t allow using pot in public places, nor selling it. […]

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Categories: Commentary, Massachusetts, Medical, Recreational

Mapped: The countries that smoke the most cannabis

Anew report claims the UK government should legalise marijuana because it’s "the only solution to crime and addiction problems". The strongly-worded study – titledThe Tide Effect: How the World is Changing its Mind on Cannabis- was produced by the nonpartisan Adam Smith Institute and has the backing of several cross-party MPs including former deputy prime […]

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Categories: Commentary, International, Recreational

Weed is winning, but will the marijuana train go off the tracks?

DENVER –Weed is winning in the polls, with a solid majority of Americans saying marijuana should be legal. But does that mean the federal government will let dozens of state pot experiments play out? Not by a long shot. The government still has many means to slow or stop the marijuana train. AndPresident-elect Donald Trump's […]

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Categories: Colorado, Commentary, Legalization, Recreational

Police fear boost in impaired drivers with passing of marijuana law

As Massachusetts prepares next month to legalize the recreational use of marijuana, police chiefs in a number of cities and towns say they worry the new law will give rise to a wave of impaired drivers — a crime they say is challenging to investigate and prosecute. "It's extremely difficult for us," Hanson Police Chief […]

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Categories: Commentary, Crime, Massachusetts, News, Recreational

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