Recreational Marijuana

After years of apathy toward patients in dire need of treatment so extreme that it bordered on the psychopathic, Republican House Speaker Mike Turzai has paused his normal obstructionism, allowing the state House of Representatives to debate and vote on whether or not to legalize medical marijuana in Pennsylvania. In a result that surprised exactly […]

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There is money in drugs; the cartels proved that. But drug dealers aren’t encumbered with the societal costs, which are nine to 10 times greater than any public revenues they generate. That’s been our experience with alcohol and tobacco, and that doesn’t count human misery. Adding a third legal drug would be disastrous. Prevention is […]

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There is money in drugs; the cartels proved that. But drug dealers aren’t encumbered with the societal costs, which are nine to 10 times greater than any public revenues they generate. That’s been our experience with alcohol and tobacco, and that doesn’t count human misery. Adding a third legal drug would be disastrous. Prevention is […]

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Oregon brought in more than three times the expected amount of recreational marijuana tax money in the first month it was collected from dispensaries, ­potentially moving up when the state distributes revenue to ­cities and counties. Officials estimated that January might bring in about $1 million in taxes, said Derrick ­Gasperini, communications manager for the […]

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Tweet The Uncle Ike’s pesticide tests were just an appetizer. The entrée is even harder to swallow. Recently, Dr. Gil Mobley, as well as the Clean Cannabis Association (CCA),…read more at http://www.thestranger.com/slog/2016/03/17/23720675/25-more-products-on-shelves-at-recreational-marijuana-stores-have-tested-positive-for-illegal-pesticides

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Many advocates for cannabis reform laws in California believe that 2016 is the year that recreational cannabis will become legal in the state. As many as 60 state initiatives have been authorized to move forward and circulate for signatures, and 20 ballot measures have been filed. Since California’s failure to legalize the recreational use of […]

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(Photo credit: Sean Gallup/Getty Images) Majority support for recreational marijuana legalization holds strong. According to a new national tracking poll, 52 percent of registered American voters support legalizing marijuana for recreational use. Of 1,994 voters polled, 32 percent (628) said they strongly support recreational marijuana, while 20 percent (407) said they somewhat support it. Five […]

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