egal in Florida, last year. Now, the same group that pushed for that amendment to the Florida Constitution has plans made for the 2016 elections.
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Cannabis candies, concentrates, tinctures, e-cigs and top shelf grows: marijuana retail products are exploding and prices are coming down in pot shops. The customer base is broadening too.
OTTAWA – Health Canada is spending $1.5 million to air recycled ads on prescription drugs and pot in the run-up to the fall federal election.
President Obama took a major step towards ending the War on Drugs by commuting the sentences of 46 convicted federal prisoners for nonviolent, drug-related crimes, at least eight of whom were serving life sentences.
Medical marijuana opponents recently pounced on a big new analysis published in the Journal of the American Medical Association showing that there isn't good evidence that marijuana works for many of the conditions, like glaucoma, anxiety, or Parkinson's disease, that it's often prescribed for.
A federal law crafted to fight the mob is giving marijuana opponents a new strategy in their battle to stop the expanding industry: racketeering lawsuits.
POT TV - The Mernahuana Zone with Matt Mernagh at Vapor Central Finally TMZ co-host Lisa Campbell has returned from Lisbon. She wasn’t on holiday, but learning about drugs. Who’s exporting? Who’s using? What country’s are hip and cool about drugs and those that are not. Did our TMZ co-host score? Find out Tuesday July 14 at Vapor Central from 7:20-10:20 or tune in live on Pot TV.
Every morning, Katie Marsh starts her day with a green smoothie— infused with cannabis.
Should marijuana businesses pay tax on gross profits or net profits? It sounds like a silly question. Virtually every business in every country pays tax only on net profits, after expenses.