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While it’s still controversial, medical marijuana is edging toward normality.
After the state legislature unanimously passed a groundbreaking civil asset forfeiture reform bill, the Republican governor signed it into law today.
Tens, perhaps hundreds of thousands of Afghanistan and Iraq war veterans suffer from post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).
The Santa Fe City Council voted Wednesday to reduce penalties for possession of small amounts of marijuana in a 5 to 4 vote.
A woman in New Mexico is suing a company she says fired her for failing a drug test, even though she had a state-issued medical marijuana card.
A bill probably will be filed in the Iowa Legislature next year seeking to making it legal for people with certain illnesses that have confounded traditional treatment efforts to obtain marijuana for medical use.
In the six years since New Mexico legalized medical marijuana, Dr. Nicholas Nardacci has cleared more than 1,000 patients to use it
A bill that would decriminalize the possession of small amounts of marijuana by adults and depenalize the possession of up to a half pound of pot narrowly passed the New Mexico House Tuesday. The measure was approved on a vote of 37-33.
A bipartisan coalition of lawmakers in five states where marijuana is legal for medicinal use sent a scathing open letter to President Obama demanding that he uphold his campaign promise to end the federal government’s war on patients.