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Marijuana and the 2016 US Presidency

Marijuana and the 2016 US Presidency

Who offers the best solution to prohibition? 2016 looks to be a big year for political shift in the United States, with the many unique presidential candidates offering new opinions and ideals. One major issue is marijuana, and the potential for legalising or decriminalising it at a federal or state scale. Let’s have a look

Colombia begins dismantling the drug war with marijuana legislation

On Tuesday December 22nd, Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos signed a bill to legalise medical marijuana. The legislation allows the cultivation and sale of marijuana for medical purposes; members of the public may grow their own marijuana if they acquire a license from the National Narcotics Council. Marijuana can be effectively used to treat a

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Medical cannabis campaigners push for UK progress

Earlier this week, in a crowded meeting room in central London, the United Patients Alliance (UPA) convened a discussion about

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The Conservative Christian Approach to Marijuana Law Reform in Texas

I’ve lived in Texas my entire life, and that’s something I’m proud of. Texas is a wonderful place with friendly people that have always wanted what was best for our state, especially when it comes to economics, quality of life, and overall beauty. But, why is Marijuana not a part of this? That is the

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Move to Legalise Medical Marijuana in Australian State

Legislators are beginning the process of introducing a medical marijuana programme in Victoria, one of Australia’s most populated states. The Premier of Victoria, Daniel Andrews, has begun working alongside the Law Reform Commission to devise a bill which will be presented to the state’s Parliament in 2015. If successfully passed, the new law would allow

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Elderly UK Cancer Patient Avoids Jail Over Marijuana

In an unprecedented development, a British judge has avoided punishing a man for possessing, growing, and supplying marijuana. The defendant, grandfather Jonathan Yates, is in remission from throat cancer, and has described using marijuana to self-medicate. The Gloucester Citizen reported that Yates, 65, admitted smoking “three joints before [going] to bed” each day to treat

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