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What Were The Top Marijuana Moments In 2016? – Cannabis News

2016 was the biggest year in the history of marijuana, and there were many moments that were worthy of being the ‘top moments.’

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Are cops targeting plates from weed-friendly states? – Cannabis News

Even with half the nation having legalized medical marijuana, motorists from legalized states are still facing police scrutiny in states where the laws are otherwise.

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Are cops targeting plates from weed-friendly states? – Cannabis News

Even with half the nation having legalized medical marijuana, motorists from legalized states are still facing police scrutiny in states where the laws are otherwise.

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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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U.S. Supreme Court Declines to Referee State Disputes Over Marijuana – Marijuana News

The U.S. Supreme Court declined on Monday to take up a lawsuit filed by two of Colorado's neighboring states over its legalization of marijuana.

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U.S. Supreme Court Declines to Referee State Disputes Over Marijuana – Marijuana News

The U.S. Supreme Court declined on Monday to take up a lawsuit filed by two of Colorado's neighboring states over its legalization of marijuana.

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Marijuana advocates praise Supreme Court's refusal to hear lawsuit – Marijuana News

OKLAHOMA CITY – Marijuana legalization advocates praised the U.S. Supreme Court’s refusal to consider a lawsuit initiated by Oklahoma and Nebraska challenging Colorado’s recreational and medical marijuana laws.

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Colorado's cannabis industry keeping tabs on Supreme Court saga – Marijuana News

As the rest of the world watches President Barack Obama and Congress play tug-of-war with a U.S. Supreme Court nominee, the marijuana industry is paying close attention to the man at the center.

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Colorado's cannabis industry keeping tabs on Supreme Court saga – Marijuana News

As the rest of the world watches President Barack Obama and Congress play tug-of-war with a U.S. Supreme Court nominee, the marijuana industry is paying close attention to the man at the center.

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Nebraska group attempting to legalize marijuana by forming new political party – Marijuana News

OMAHA, Neb. — A different political tactic is being taken by local marijuana supporters. Rather than mount a challenging petition drive to put the issue in front of voters, they're attempting to form a new political party.

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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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Supreme Court postpones marijuana case for Antonin Scalia memorial ceremony – Marijuana News

The Supreme Court was scheduled to confer over a major marijuana case Feb. 19 but has postponed the meeting due to late Justice Antonin Scalia’s memorial ceremony at the Supreme Court falling on the same day, according a SCOTUS Blog report.

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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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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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