Moms secretly treating postpartum depression with marijuana – Cannabis News

Currently, 28 states allow medical marijuana for a number of conditions including postpartum depression. The stigma is slowly fading in places like California where doctors can now recommend cannabis to their patients.

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Felony pot convictions could become misdemeanors under California's marijuana legalization law – Cannabis News

When Californians voted last month to legalize recreational use of marijuana, they may not have realized they were also allowing retroactive changes that could turn a felony pot conviction into a misdemeanor.

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Felony pot convictions could become misdemeanors under California's marijuana legalization law – Cannabis News

When Californians voted last month to legalize recreational use of marijuana, they may not have realized they were also allowing retroactive changes that could turn a felony pot conviction into a misdemeanor.

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Nashville becomes 1st city in Tennessee to decriminalize small amounts of pot – Cannabis News

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) — The city of Nashville became the first in the state of Tennessee to lessen the penalty for small amounts of marijuana Tuesday night.

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Nashville becomes 1st city in Tennessee to decriminalize small amounts of pot – Cannabis News

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) — The city of Nashville became the first in the state of Tennessee to lessen the penalty for small amounts of marijuana Tuesday night.

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Larger number of marijuana offenses dismissed in Texas – Cannabis News

AUSTIN, Texas — Prosecutors in the most populated areas of Texas have in recent years dismissed a significantly larger number of marijuana offenses involving smaller amounts of the drug, according to a newspaper analysis.

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Larger number of marijuana offenses dismissed in Texas – Cannabis News

AUSTIN, Texas — Prosecutors in the most populated areas of Texas have in recent years dismissed a significantly larger number of marijuana offenses involving smaller amounts of the drug, according to a newspaper analysis.

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Featured in Portland real estate listings: Marijuana plants – Cannabis News

PORTLAND, Ore. – Forget stainless steel appliances or master suites. There’s a new selling point in some Portland real estate listings: pot plants.

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If There’s One Issue Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump Agree On, It’s This – Cannabis News

Presidential frontrunners Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump don’t agree on much, but when it comes to legalizing the use of medicinal marijuana, they’re both pro pot.

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If There’s One Issue Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump Agree On, It’s This – Cannabis News

Presidential frontrunners Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump don’t agree on much, but when it comes to legalizing the use of medicinal marijuana, they’re both pro pot.

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Canada to likely legalize pot impacting both sides of Detroit River – Cannabis News

WINDSOR, CANADA (WJBK) - The push is on to legalize marijuana in Canada. If our neighbors across the Detroit River give it the green light, a lot of metro Detroiters could head to Windsor to get high.

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Delaware bill sparks discussion of marijuana legalization – Cannabis News

Legislation approved letting first offenders escape conviction for misdemeanor marijuana offenses.

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Delaware approves bill allowing children to use medical marijuana on school property – Cannabis News

The Delaware General Assembly passed legislation allowing Delaware children who legally use medicinal marijuana oil for their illnesses to have access to their medicine on school property.

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Patenting Cannabis Strains – Good or Bad? – Cannabis News

While copyright and intellectual property has been debated in the music and movie industries for decades, it’s starting to pick up in the cannabis industry.

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Pot Entrepreneurs React to SCOTUS Dismissal of Anti-Legalization Suit – Marijuana News

After a year of debate, the country's top justices decide not to hear a case claiming Colorado's pot legalization has negatively impacted law and order in neighboring states.

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No decision from U.S. Supreme Court on Colorado marijuana case – Marijuana News

The U.S. Supreme Court did not make a decision Monday on whether to hear a lawsuit brought against Colorado over marijuana legalization.

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No decision from U.S. Supreme Court on Colorado marijuana case – Marijuana News

The U.S. Supreme Court did not make a decision Monday on whether to hear a lawsuit brought against Colorado over marijuana legalization.

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How does the death of Justice Scalia affect pending marijuana cases?

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Scalia’s passing could bring a halt to the Supreme Court’s consideration of any major cannabis-related rulings, at least for now.

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How does the death of Justice Scalia affect pending marijuana cases?

Bruce Kennedy ~ WeedWorthy ~

Scalia’s passing could bring a halt to the Supreme Court’s consideration of any major cannabis-related rulings, at least for now.

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Nebraska, Oklahoma to pursue marijuana lawsuit against Colorado – Marijuana News

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Oklahoma and Nebraska plan to continue to press the U.S. Supreme Court for permission to sue Colorado over its marijuana laws, despite objection from President Barack Obama's administration.

Nebraska Attorney General Doug Peterson said he plans to continue to press the U.S. Supreme Court for permission to sue.

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