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Barack Obama and His Weed-Friendly Choom Gang

Article by Jake Howard, The Kindland President Barack Obama likes to throw shakas and bodysurf. He’s hung surf photos in the private quarters of the White House. A couple years ago while vacationing on a secluded stretch of Oahu’s north shore, the lifeguard detail contracted to keep him and his family safe had to explain that they were under strict ...

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This Biotech May Get the First Marijuana-Based Therapy Approved in the U.S.

Article by Sy Mukherjee, Fortune GW Pharmaceuticals got a third set of impressive clinical trial results for its experimental marijuana-based therapy, sending its stock soaring and setting the stage for a Food and Drug Administration (FDA) application. GW shares closed at $126.06, just below its all-time high of $126.47, after the company announced Epidiolex continued to effectively treat Lenox-Gastaut Syndrome ...

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Marijuana High on the Agenda at B.C. Municipalities’ Convention

Article by Adrian Nieoczym, CBC News Local government leaders will spend a lot of time talking about marijuana this week at their annual Union of B.C. Municipalities convention in Victoria. With the federal government looking to legalize the recreational use of marijuana sometime next year, up to four resolutions dealing with pot will be discussed. Regulation One asks senior levels of ...

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Veterans Affairs Officials Focus on Cons in Medical Marijuana Discussion

Article by The Toronto Star Veterans Affairs Minister Kent Hehr was briefed on concerns and questions about medical marijuana use in a presentation to earlier this year, including fears that paying for injured ex-soldiers’ pot could actually hurt them. But noticeably absent was discussion about the positive benefits of medical marijuana, including whether it has reduced veterans’ reliance on opioids ...

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Millennials’ Marijuana Usage Has Risen But Pales to Baby Boomers’ Hazy Days

Article by Madison Margolin, LA Weekly The Baby Boomers still outcompete every generation in getting high, but could it be that college kids today are catching up? Only slightly. The popular saying, “If you remember the Sixties, you weren’t there,” still rings true, according to the most recent iteration of the 40-year-long Monitoring the Future study from the University of ...

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Alaska pot regulators OK first retail license

Article by Mark Thiessen, The Associated Press via News 1130 The owners of Frozen Budz have high hopes now that they’ve received Alaska’s first retail marijuana license. Destiny Neade, co-owner of the Fairbanks business, received a round of applause from the audience after she won unanimous approval for the inaugural permit from the five-man Alaska Marijuana Control Board. She clapped ...

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American Epilepsy Society Accepts Marijuana Extract Obliterates Seizures in Epileptic Children

Article by Amando Flavio, AnonHQ As the United States Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) continues to display its arrogance, refusing to remove marijuana from schedule 1 of the Control Substance Act (CSA), thanks to certified professional bodies in the country, more and more details on medical efficacy of the plant is being revealed. On August 11, 2016 the DEA turned down two ...

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Montel Williams: I’m Dealing High Grade Pot… But Not for Stoners

Article by TMZ Montel Williams is about to launch a line of potent medical marijuana products to fight chronic pain — but of course … it’s also gonna get some people SUPER high. Montel’s taking his marijuana advocacy to the next level — launching a bud line called LenitivLabs. He’s been a medical marijuana advocate for 17 years, since he ...

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