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The Anti-Cannabis Blacklist: Companies and Organizations Against Cannabis

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In the 21st century, we still have an antiquated era of ideologies, misinformation, and propaganda against cannabis that shape and influence large companies and organizations, despite a growing number of states who have adopted some form of legislation to legalize cannabis. Between the multibillion-dollar government-controlled agencies like the DEA, Prison Unions, drug companies, people in the private-sector and the FDA, ...

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11-year-old Sues Federal Government to Legalize Medical Marijuana

11-year-old Sues Federal Government to Legalize Medical Marijuana

According to a press release on Alexis Bortell’s Facebook page, the 11-year-old is suing the U.S. federal government. Alexis Bortell is a self-proclaimed medical marijuana advocate who was born and raised in North Texas before moving to Colorado to gain legal access to medical marijuana to treat her seizures. She has a following of over 22,000 fans on her Facebook page, which ...

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Proposed Florida Ballot to Allow Growing Cannabis and Regulate Like Alcohol

Proposed Florida Ballot to Allow Growing Cannabis and Regulate Like Alcohol

The Florida Cannabis Act #16-02 may appear on the ballot in Florida as an initiated constitutional amendment will include, among other things, growing your own cannabis plants, with limiting quantities. “Regulate Marijuana in a Manner Similar to Alcohol to Establish Age, Licensing, and Other Restrictions” is the full name of the ballot initiative. The amendment would legalize possession of up ...

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Marijuana Legislation Filed to Free States From Federal Interference

CANNABIS ACTIVISTS TAKE ACTION NOW

Today, Senator Ron Wyden and Representatives Earl Blumenauer and Jared Polis have introduced legislation in the House and Senate to permit states to establish their own marijuana regulatory policies free from federal interference. In addition to removing marijuana from the United States Controlled Substances Act, this legislation also removes enforcement power from the US Drug Enforcement Administration in matters concerning ...

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Cannabis Activists Go Unheard as Restrictive Medical Marijuana Bill Sails Through Committee

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A Florida House committee decided to move ahead with one of the strictest proposals to regulate medical marijuana in the Sunshine State on Tuesday, much to the chagrin of pro-pot advocates who have criticized the bill for going against the wants and desires of Florida voters. By a 14-1 vote, the House Health Quality subcommittee approved a measure which would ...

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Outcry From Cannabis Supporters Jampack Public Hearing on Amendment 2

Outcry From Cannabis Supporters Jampack Public Hearing on Amendment 2

An overwhelming 71.3 percent of the vote in Florida passed the medical cannabis Amendment 2 bill which would allow physicians the discretion to recommend medical marijuana in any instance where they believe that its medical use “would likely outweigh the potential health risks” for their patients. However, the proposed new rules the Florida Department of Health (DOH) seek to change would ...

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U.S. Has Funded Israeli Cannabis Research For 50 Years

U.S. Has Funded Israeli Cannabis Research For 50 Years

The U.S. government has been funding medical cannabis research for the past five decades. Only, they’ve been outsourcing that research to another country. For half of a century, the National Institute of Health has provided an annual grant to Israel for research on the herb. You may have heard of Dr. Raphael Mechoulam. Dr. Mechoulam is the man who first discovered ...

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Florida DOH Seek to Illegally Change Amendment 2 Medical Cannabis Rule

An overwhelming 71.3 percent of the vote in Florida passed the medical cannabis Amendment 2 bill which would allow physicians the discretion to recommend medical marijuana in any instance where they believe that its medical use “would likely outweigh the potential health risks” for their patients. However, the new rules the Florida Department of Health (DOH) seek to change would not permit ...

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