Time to get serious about medical Marijuana. sick of profits 1st

the Cannabis Control Commission in Boston needs to get this stuff together Massachusetts dispensaries are running amok price gouging. Sales duplicate pictures for this Trans on menus medical strains that might have been tested years back how come into they getting tested there is no transparency and I am here…

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Debunking CNN – Marijuana is a Serious Risk to Seniors, They Could Get Too Stoned to Open Their Medication Bottles

Debunking CNN – Marijuana is a Serious Risk to Seniors, They Could Get Too Stoned to Open Their Medication Bottles In a recent story published on CNN that is making the rounds on social media, the clickbait headline CNN used is the following, “Marijuana Use is Rising Sharply among Seniors…

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Marijuana use is rising sharply among seniors over 65, study says, and there are serious risks

By Sandee LaMotte | CNN The sweet scent of baking cookies wafting from grandma’s house may be mixed with a more pungent aroma these days. The smell of marijuana. The numbers of American seniors over age 65 who now smoke marijuana or use edibles increased two-fold between 2015 and 2018,…

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Why Aren’t Cannabis Industry Workers Serious About Workplace Safety?

Study: Why Aren’t Cannabis Industry Workers Serious About Workplace Safety? A recent study just revealed that no matter how much we want the cannabis industry to push forward, it doesn’t seem ready just yet. The study, conducted by researchers at the Colorado State University and published in the American Journal…

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Sessions raises “serious questions” about Colorado’s marijuana management in letter to gov

Published: Aug 4, 2017, 12:33 pm • Updated: Aug 4, 2017, 1:48 pm By Alicia Wallace, The Cannabist Staff Attorney General Jeff Sessions is questioning the efficacy of marijuana regulatory structures in Colorado in a letter to Gov. John Hickenlooper obtained by The Cannabist. The letter dated July 24 arrived…

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How Congress is getting serious about cannabis amid White House uncertainty

Published: Feb 6, 2017, 4:14 pm • Updated: Feb 6, 2017, 6:23 pm By Alicia Wallace, The Cannabist Staff There’s optimism brewing on Capitol Hill that Congress could maintain or even accelerate marijuana legalization’s momentum in the face of rising concerns that the industry could be snuffed out federally. Members…

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This lawmaker just made a serious chess move against Arkansas medical marijuana

Published: Oct 25, 2016, 9:48 am • Updated: Oct 25, 2016, 10:37 am By Andrew Demillo, The Associated Press LITTLE ROCK, Ark. — An Arkansas lawmaker opposed to two medical marijuana ballot measures said Monday he’ll introduce legislation during next year’s session to make a more limited form of the…

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If You Are Serious About Succeeding In Oregon’s Cannabis Industry The Oregon Marijuana Business Conference Is A Must

Last year I attended the Oregon Marijuana Business Conference, which was at that time called the Oregon Medical Marijuana Business Conference. The name change is a reflection of the current times, as recreational cannabis is legal in Oregon, and limited sales have been occurring since late last year. By the end…

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Bernie Sanders To Clinton – Serious Criminal Justice Reform Must Include Ending Marijuana Prohibition

Criminal justice reform is a very popular topic these days in politics. There are many politicians out there that now act like they invented the idea of reforming America’s criminal justice system, even though they were nowhere to be found on the issue in years past. But, even though they…

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Republican Presidential Candidates Engage In A Serious Discussion About Marijuana Policy

By Paul Armentano, NORML Deputy Director The federal government ought not to interfere with state laws legalizing and regulating the use and distribution of marijuana, according to several Republican Presidential candidates who spoke on the issue during tonight’s Presidential debate. Kentucky Senator Rand Paul, New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, former…

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