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Marijuana legalization is all the rage these days in the Centennial State, and another group has joined the fray: CItizens for Responsible Legalization. In fact, the group will test a new TV ad in Colorado Springs for about a month; see below. Brian Vicente, the group’s attorney — whose organization, Sensible Colorado, is also backing […]

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ken hanly northsunm at yahoo.com Tue Sep 20 19:57:09 PDT 2011 Previous message: [lbo-talk] Donate to Wall Street protesters Next message: [lbo-talk] In the era of negative expectations Messages sorted by: [ date ] [ thread ] …read more at http://mailman.lbo-talk.org/pipermail/lbo-talk/Week-of-Mon-20110919/010700.html

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Eastern Michigan University’s board has voted to ban medical marijuana on campus. AnnArbor.com and the Detroit Free Press report Tuesday’s vote puts the Ypsilanti school’s policies generally in line with several other schools including the University of Michigan and Michigan State University. Eastern Michigan University says federal law prohibits the drug on campuses and, because […]

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A new study by the Rand Corporation, which is not known for being pro-marijuana, found that crime actually goes up significantly in surrounding areas when local medical marijuana dispensaries are forced to close. From the Rand study: As part of the case study, we use Los Angeles’s experience ordering the close of hundreds of dispensaries […]

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Cannabinoid System in Neuroprotection, Raphael Mechoulam,PhD Video Clips. Duration : 9.98 Mins. Keywords: medical, cannabis, marijuana, neuromuscular, degenerative, disease, alternative, medicine, research, science …read more at http://kendalcoleman.com/cannabinoid-system-in-neuroprotection-raphael-mechoulamphd/

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The Planning Commission tonight may decide to completely ban medical marijuana clinics from Redwood City, the San Mateo Daily Journal reports. Concerns surrounding these facilities include the costly staff time to monitor potential crime around the establishment and the complex state and federal policies regulating medical marijuana use. Redwood City Patch will be at the […]

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HELENA – Montana’s former U.S. attorney says he believes the federal government would be comfortable with state medical marijuana laws that are tightly written and allow very few people to legally use the drug. Bill Mercer spoke during a Helena conference sponsored by the Burton K. Wheeler Center, based in Bozeman. Monday evening’s discussion focused […]

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