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Slowly, states are lessening limits on marijuana

LOS ANGELES — James Gray once saw himself as a drug warrior, a former federal prosecutor and county judge who sent people to prison for dealing pot and other drug offenses. Gradually, though, he became convinced that the ban on marijuana was makin… Read More »

New Jersey legislature approves medical marijuana bill

The New Jersey legislature voted Monday to make that state the 14th in the country to approve marijuana for medicinal use, pending the governor's signature. Gov. Jon Corzine, who leaves office next week, has said he would sign the bill. Two ye… Read More »

Judge orders CHP to return 60 pounds of marijuana

It had been confiscated from a motorist whose attorney convinced a judge that California's medical marijuana law allowed its transport. With the debate on medical marijuana still at a full boil in Los Angeles, a judge Friday ordered the return… Read More »

Insurance Agency Becomes First to Offer National Medical Marijuana Coverage

A spokesman for Statewide Insurance Services said the new program will include operations related to medical marijuana dispensaries and growers, including workers’ compensation, general liability, auto insurance, equipment breakdown and damage, and prop… Read More »

Why is Marijuana a Schedule 1 Drug?

It's natural and has been PROVEN to have great success at helping a vast amount of ailments. Whether your need is one due to a terminal condition or not, it works and ALL should have access to it. Why isn't our government concerned about the ef… Read More »

Your Tax Dollars

Heres another bit for you that your "unbiased media" hasn't told you, the city of Costa Mesa and several other local cities are using YOUR tax dollars to help the city of Anaheim fight its lawsuit against a group of dispensaries! And we… Read More »

Medical Marijuana Drug Policy Poll

Medical marijuana has strong support from voters and health organizations. The federal government, however, has resisted any change to marijuana's illegal status at the federal level. The Supreme Court ruled in 2005 in Raich v. Gonzales that the f… Read More »

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