Why Marijuana Prohibition is the Greatest Scientific Fraud of the Last Century

What is the biggest scientific fraud of the past 50 years? This was the question posted on Gizmodo.com where different scientists were asked to give their answers to the question. Different scientists brought different answers to the table of how some researches have failed science and the world. One such…

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House passes MORE Act, voting yes to end federal cannabis prohibition but still needs to pass Senate

Yahoo Finance’s Jessica Smith reports on the MORE Act passing in the House. #MoreAct #cannabis #YahooFinance For 2020 election results please visit: Election results: https://www.yahoo.com/elections Subscribe to Yahoo Finance: https://yhoo.it/2fGu5Bb About Yahoo Finance: At Yahoo Finance, you get free stock quotes, up-to-date news, portfolio management resources, international market data, social…

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History made: US House of Representatives votes to end federal marijuana prohibition

History made: US House of Representatives votes to end federal marijuana prohibition | Leafly Leafly Leafly ® Loading… Search Leafly Where are you from? noyes Remember me for 30 days. I confirm that this is not a shared device. Darn! You’re not old enough to use Leafly. Redirecting you to…

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CANNABIS INVENTORS NEEDED : Cannabis Machinery Outdated Due to Prohibition

INVENTORS NEEDED: Cannabis Machinery outdated due to Prohibition Inconvenience is the greatest inhibitor in the quest for a sustainable society. Ethical consumption models are becoming ever more popular among people with a significant emphasis on sustainability. But what does sustainability actually mean? Some, choose to avoid eating meat and its…

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The End of Alcohol Prohibition Offers Clues to the Future of Cannabis Says New Study

The End of Alcohol Prohibition Offers Clues to the Future of Cannabis Says New Study Why Early Adopters Of Cannabis Legalization Have An Edge Over Late Adoptors They say history repeats itself, and it we look at the historical trends of alcohol prohibition, then the states that have legalized cannabis…

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Why the Global Prohibition of Marijuana is a Crime Against Humanity

Why the “Global Prohibition of Marijuana” is a Crime Against Humanity I was reading an article in Forbes written by Tom Angell about the World Health Organization recommending the rescheduling of marijuana under international treaties. The overall news about the incident is pretty positive. Governments all over the world recognizing…”We…

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Ending Cannabis Prohibition – California’s Bumpy One-Year Start

California’s Bumpy One-Year Ride After Ending Prohibition Problems Abound For The Local Cannabis Industry When California finally said goodbye to prohibition and legalized recreational cannabis on January 1, 2018, many in the industry had high hopes. It was good news not just for those working in the cannabis industry, but…

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Mexican Supreme Court Strikes Down Cannabis Prohibition Laws in Mexico

Mexico Gives Recreational Cannabis The Green Light Just this Wednesday, the Supreme Court of Mexico overturned prohibition of cannabis by issuing two separate rulings. Mexican law currently states that five decisions set a binding precedent throughout the country. “This 5th judgment means that, while the cannabis prohibition law nominally…

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How Marijuana Prohibition Made Cannabis More Potent

How Marijuana Prohibition Made Cannabis More Potent Whenever you talk to a prohibitionist about cannabis, there are a few telltale arguments that you’ll run into. One of these arguments sound something like this, “Marijuana is MUCH stronger than it was in the 60s” or “This isn’t your mom’s pot!” with…

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