Michigan becomes 10th state to legalize recreational pot; other measures pass in Missouri and Utah

By Craig Giammona and Courtney DentchBloomberg The legal U.S. cannabis market just got a little greener. In midterm elections that saw Democrats gain control of the House and reaffirmed Republican control of the Senate, more states also voted to legalize marijuana. The outcome will help expand a U.S. pot market…

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Missouri committee rejects medical marijuana bill

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — A Missouri House committee has rejected a bill meant to give terminally ill patients access to medical marijuana. The Columbia Missourian reports that Republican Rep. Jim Neely’s bill failed to make it out of the Legislative Oversight Committee on Wednesday. Related Articles New Approach Missouri is…

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Missouri bill would limit medical marijuana to terminal illness

Published: Feb 7, 2018, 12:33 pm • Updated: Feb 7, 2018, 1:00 pm By The Associated Press JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — A Missouri bill would provide access to medical marijuana for people who have terminal conditions. The Columbia Missourian reports that a House committee heard testimony Tuesday on the bill…

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Missouri sues three big pharma companies for “campaign of fraud and deception”

Published: Jun 23, 2017, 3:22 pm • Updated: Jun 23, 2017, 3:25 pm By Katie Mettler, The Washington Post Helen Fabick was an honors student who in February 2014 was supposed to attend a daddy-daughter dance at her high school. Instead, her father found the 17-year-old dead in her bed.…

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Marijuana Isn’t Legal in Missouri, But it’s Less Illegal Than it Used to be!

Missouri marijuana laws have changed in 2017.  Is marijuana legal in Missouri?  Marijuana isn’t legal in Missouri; but it’s less illegal than it used to be.  Here is why: Up until January 1, 2017, possession of any amount of marijuana, no matter how small, was considered at least a Class…

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Spring 2017 Missouri Cannabis Conference in Kansas City

In 2010, I helped co-found the organization Show-Me Cannabis in my home state of Missouri (the show-me state).  This came on the heals of our move to Oregon after we experienced a para-military style home invasion for growing a small amount of cannabis in our home in Columbia, Missouri.  It was severely…

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