Two virtually identical initiative petitions have been approved by the Missouri Secretary of State’s Office for circulation, proposing to legalize marijuana and a make a number of related changes in the law. Proposed by Dan Viets, of Columbia, Mo., the two initiatives differ only in that one proposes a change to Article IV of the […]

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WASHINGTON — GOP presidential candidate Gary Johnson drew headlines earlier this month when he said he would issue a full presidential pardon for anyone serving a prison sentence for marijuana. He elaborated on that promise in a recent interview with The Huffington Post, adding that it’s only a matter of time before marijuana is legalized. […]

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A Vancouver man will appear in Federal Court on Tuesday arguing for an exemption to the drug laws because they infringe on his constitutional freedom of religion to smoke his sacred weed – marijuana. Find out more about the case (including when and where to attend the proceedings). With Insite attendees allowed to inject illicit […]

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Attorneys for medical marijuana advocates have sought a temporary restraining order to put a stop to a federal crackdown on California pot dispensaries, claiming that the effort by the state’s four United States Attorneys’ offices is unconstitutional, The Associated Press reported. Plaintiffs asked U.S. Judge Donna Ryu of the Northern District of California on Monday […]

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Writing in The New York Times, Ethan Nadelmann, executive director of the Drug Policy Alliance, slams the Obama administration’s crackdown on medical marijuana: When he ran for president, Barack Obama defended the medical use of marijuana and said that he would not use Justice Department resources to override state laws on the issue. He appeared […]

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Two petitions seeking to legalize marijuana have been okayed by the secretary of state for statewide circulation. Backers want to put the issue on next year’s ballot. One of the petitions would enact a state law allowing people 21 and older to have marijuana, would release nonviolent prisoners doing time for marijuana crimes. It also […]

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JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) – Advocates can begin collecting signatures for two proposed Missouri ballot measures that would legalize marijuana. The secretary of state’s office said Monday the initiative petitions have been approved for circulation to get them on the 2012 ballot. One proposal would amend the Missouri Constitution to legalize cannabis for people 21 […]

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Philadelphia, PA: The administration of the non-psychotropic plant cannabinoid cannabidiol (CBD) ‘completely prevents’ the onset of nerve pain associated with chemotherapy treatment, according to preclinical data published in the journal Anesthesia and Analgesia. Investigators at Temple University assessed the effect of CBD in an animal model of on paclitaxel-induced allodynia (pain resulting from an otherwise innocuous […]

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JEFFERSON CITY, MO. – A Columbia-based group has won approval to begin circulating a petition to legalize marijuana in the state of Missouri. On Monday, Secretary of State Robin Carnahan gave the group Show-Me Cannabis the go-ahead to begin circulating two ballot referendum petitions that, if successful, would make marijuana use legal for all state […]

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