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California Legalizes Recreational Cannabis

Last year, California voters made it legal for adults over the age of 21 to grow, possess and use marijuana, but selling pot for recreational purposes was still illegal prior to the New Year.
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9 Myths and Facts about Marijuana

There's a lot of misinformation out there about marijuana, so we're breaking down 10 of the most persistent myths
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Mexico to Legalize Cannabis Based Products Early 2018

Mexico is set to legalize the sale of marijuana-based products early next year, despite the country’s struggles with the illicit drug trade.
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BC Announces Plan for Legal Cannabis Sales

British Columbia said on Tuesday it will give the provincial liquor board control over the distribution of recreational weed
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Cannabis in Canada: A Brief History

Canada’s legal medical marijuana business is booming and as of 2018 cannabis will be legal for recreational use as well. With over 25% of...
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French President Emmanuel Macron to End Prison Sentences for Smoking Marijuana

Former president Francois Hollande was not willing to budge on laws that had become outdated the day they were born.
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To Serve and Protect, Not for Durham Regional Police

At one point Phil Edgar was recognized for his work "cleaning the streets", confiscating $530,000 worth of marijuana over 7 stops. This may seem regular for a cop, maybe not the amount seized, but the line of work sure is. Unless of course there may be some conflicts of interest in the ordeal. 
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Bill to Decriminalize Cannabis Possession in Atlanta Moves Forward

According to Atlanta’s WGCL-TV, the bill was introduced back in March by city councilman Kwanza Hall, and seeks to reduce the penalty for possession of less than an ounce of cannabis to a $75 fine with no jail time.
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California Has Officially Called for the Feds to Reschedule Marijuana

"The Legislature urges the Congress of the United States to pass a law to reschedule marijuana or cannabis and its derivatives from a Schedule I drug to an alternative schedule, therefore allowing the legal research and development of marijuana or cannabis for medical use,"
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Liberals Say There Will Not be Pardons for Prior Marijuana Convictions

hose convicted of simple possession of up to 30 grams of marijuana are eligible to apply for a pardon, now known as a record suspension, five years after their sentence is completed.