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East Bay city adds its first downtown Cannabis Dispensary
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Business & Finance
Still in the early stages, results from the study aren't expected until 2018.
Dozens of cities and counties could approve new Cannabis Markets this November
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Business & Finance
Although many argue that it is too late to un-ring the bell of marijuana law reform, the state-federal imbalance — already complicated and fragile — cannot hold.
3,000 medical cannabis patients in France to receive free weed for two years
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Medical News
A new review suggests cannabis may help mental health disorders.
Hemp Advocates Hope Grassroots Effort Will Advance Bill – Cannabis News
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Cannabis News
SAN ANTONIO -- Call it a windfall for weed. Four states approved the recreational use of marijuana last week, and four others approved the medicinal use. And Texas could follow suit.
Doctors rejoice as Germany kicks off medical marijuana prescriptions
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World News
Hemp. It’s a word you have probably heard more than once, and probably had some questions about at the time.
The End of (Illegal) Marijuana: what it means for criminal dynamics in Mexico
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Cannabis News
Hemp was once a mainstay crop in Virginia, until it ended up being banished as part of the long U.S. war on drugs starting in the 1930s.
Inside the Rise — and Surprising Crackdown — of the Country's Hottest Weed Market
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Politics
CHICAGO (AP) - Illinois is marking its first year of medical marijuana sales as more states voted on Election Day to allow legal use of the drug.
Will the 'Entrepreneur' President Embrace the Cannabis Economy? – Cannabis News
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Politics
Cannabis industry thought leaders share some thoughts on how the Trump administration may affect them.
Congress Just Got More Marijuana Friendly – Cannabis News
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Politics
Marijuana ballot measures won big on Election Day, and so did candidates who support reforming cannabis policies.
What Will President Trump Mean for Pot? – Cannabis News
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Politics
The country as a whole might be in trouble – but it looks like marijuana measures are probably safe.
High Hopes for Industrial Hemp Farming – Cannabis News
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Cannabis News
Both the federal government and various state governments have taken major steps forward in restarting an industry that has been in hibernation for almost a century.
New York Cannabis Board Declares Marijuana Gifting Illegal
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Cannabis News
Denverites will soon be able to enjoy cannabis in designated public places thanks to the passing of Ballot Measure 300 - or the Neighborhood-Supported Cannabis Consumption Pilot Program (NSCCPP) - on Nov. 8.
The Myth of Cannabis-Infused Halloween Candy—Debunked
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Cannabis News
The lifting of the prohibition on pot will have some very immediate effects.
Democrats send letter to Biden, urging him to legalize weed
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Politics
LAS VEGAS (KTNV) - Nevada brought in new leaders and enacted new laws Tuesday, including legalizing recreational marijuana.
The exploding health benefits of CBD + adaptogens
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Medical News
Recreational marijuana is now legal in California — and that’s a game changer for public health.
When Howard Hesseman was busted for marijuana in 1963
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Cannabis News
Will Donald Trump turn over a new leaf for the cannabis industry?
Does CBD Help With Degenerative Disc Disease?
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Medical News
While most eyes have been set on the presidential race during the 2016 election, Arizona, Maine, Massachusetts, Nevada and California all held a vote to legalize recreational marijuana, a decision that could potentially shift the nation on a cultural and economic level.
Marijuana wins big on election night – Cannabis News
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Politics
Voters in California and Massachusetts approved recreational marijuana initiatives Tuesday night, and several other states passed medical marijuana provisions in what is turning out to be the biggest electoral victory for marijuana reform since 2012, when Colorado and Washington first approved the drug's recreational use.

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