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Senate Shuts Down DEA Efforts to Interfere in Marijuana Reforms

  Marijuana reform; how much can be said about the leaps and bounds this country has seen in regards to legalization or decriminalization of this substance. Voices ring out from both sides of the argument about various issues coming to light, bipartisan movements continue to march forward with revolutionary ideas for regulation and the federal . . . . Continue Reading


Legal Marijuana Finding New Home In Illinois

The pro-pot campaign seems to be gaining more and more traction as time moves on. Just 2 weeks ago we noted that Pennsylvania Senate pushed through Senate Bill 3 for medical cannabis with a 40-7 margin, and debates on the religious values of reefer rage on in Texas. Now it has been announced that Illinois . . . . Continue Reading


Will the Next President Undo New Pot Policies?

While many would say that the United States Congress has apparently turned a blind eye to marijuana legalization legislation on the state level with all the marijuana news during the midterms, some speculate that the next president may enforce federal restriction on the drug more strictly than the current presidential administration. When looking at the statistics . . . . Continue Reading


Peaking Interests in Pot Stocks

As reported on earlier, both here and just about anywhere else, the Election Day wins for marijuana legalization claimed new territories with initiatives in Alaska, Oregon, and Washington, D.C. that apparently are creating a spiked interest from potential financial investors who are wondering how much money to devote in the cannabis industry in order to . . . . Continue Reading


Initiative 71 for Legal Weed in Washington

By a nearly 2-to-1 ratio voters said they’d pass marijuana legalization, which is on the ballot in D.C. this fall, according to a poll released last week. As it turns out, that’s probably the least of the trouble the new marijuana initiative may face. Apparently if there is to be any real hope of getting marijuana legalized . . . . Continue Reading


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