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Climate Law Has Broad Support, the State Has Too Much Pot

A leader of California's marijuana industry warned Wednesday that the state's cannabis growers produce eight times the pot that is consumed in the state so some will face '"painful'" pressure to reduce crops under new state regulations that will ban exports after Jan. 1. Some marijuana growers will stay in the black market and continue […]

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Categories: California, Cannabis Plants, Growing, Marijuana Industry

Medical Marijuana Meeting Drums Up Support for Utah to Legalize It

South Salt Lake '˘ After fracturing her neck in a car crash 15 years ago, Pamela Cabagnolo began what she called a downward spiral of opioid use. She took the drugs to get up in the morning, to go to work. She popped pills for her pain until she went to bed at night. Cabagnolo […]

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Categories: Cannabis Research, Health, Marijuana Industry, Medical, Medical Benefits, Utah

Michiganders Could Possess the Most Marijuana in the U.S. Under Legalization Plan

LANSING, MI – A ballot initiative to legalize marijuana would give Michigan the highest possession limits in the nation, an MLive analysis found. The language the group plans to circulate would legalize and regulate marijuana for recreational use. Those over 21 could use marijuana, but would still be unable to consume it in a public place or drive under the influence. […]

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Categories: Legalization, Legislation, Michigan, Recreational

Ohio Medical Marijuana Program Budget Grows to $11 Million

COLUMBUS '” Ohio regulators say they’ll need another $5.6 million this year for a medical marijuana tracking database, a toll-free help line and anticipated legal costs responding to lawsuits and complaints challenging the state’s licensing process. The Ohio Department of Commerce and State Board of Pharmacy received approval Monday to spend an additional $6 million […]

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Categories: Economy, Medical, Medical Benefits, Ohio

Federal Lawsuit Against Sessions and DEA Says Marijuana's Schedule I Status Unconstitutional

Plaintiffs claim the classification of cannabis as a Schedule I substance is so '"irrational'" that it violates the U.S. Constitution A diverse cadre of cannabis advocates filed a federal lawsuit Monday challenging the constitutionality of the Controlled Substances Act (CSA) as it pertains to marijuana. Attorney General Jeff Sessions and Drug Enforcement Agency acting administrator […]

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Categories: DEA, Enforcement, Federal, Legislation, Sports

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