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LANSING, MI — Competing groups seeking to legalize recreational marijuana use by adults in Michigan both say they are off to a good start as they seek to raise funds and collect signatures for potential 2016 ballot proposals.
Three More British Police Forces say They will No Longer Press Criminal Charges on Small Scale Cannabis Users
Sparking up a spliff in the UK is becoming less of a crime with each new day.
Cannabis is going global fast – Italy’s Parliament just voted for a legalized, regulated cannabis market, Denmark’s youth is consuming cannabis in droves but it’s no gateway, and the United Kingdom just reached a record high number of supporters for legalization in the isles.
CANNABIS CULTURE – Rapper and cannabis connoisseur Snoop Dogg is pissed about his arrest by police in Sweden this weekend and says he was racially profiled and forced to take a drug test.
City of Vancouver Begins Crackdown on Marijuana Dispensaries Selling Edibles or Allowing Smoking on Site
Marijuana dispensary operators have begun receiving letters warning them that the time has come for edibles to disappear from their stores.
Once believed to be the drug of choice for free-spirited youth, cannabis is more popular with older people than ever before.
This week’s best city stories from around the web talk about marijuana zones in California, a forgotten waterway under the streets of Auckland, a mushroom farm in Camden and mime-artist-assisted traffic control in Bogotá.
The policy shift will make it easier for tens of thousands of people with pain and other chronic symptoms to get medical marijuana.
RCMP in Prince Edward Island say the drug unit has seized one of the largest batches of marijuana plants in the Island’s history and they may have been planted by accident.