Cannabis Culture Headlines

Sep 26 2012
B.C. municipal leaders voted Wednesday for a resolution that calls for the decriminalization of marijuana.
Sep 26 2012
The DEA strikes again in Los Angeles, and the feds are moving to eliminate dispensaries in downtown LA. But the pushback against the crackdown continues. Let's get to it:
Sep 25 2012
In less than a week, Connecticut’s medical marijuana program will take effect. Starting on Monday, Oct.
Sep 25 2012
The trial of Christopher Williams, the only defendant so far to challenge federal medical marijuana raids in Montana, started Monday in Helena.
Sep 25 2012
The front line in the war on marijuana is Colorado, where the federal government has interfered with its system of state-regulat
Sep 25 2012
Federal authorities on Tuesday took legal action against 71 medical marijuana dispensaries in Los Angeles County, part of an ongoing campaign to crack down on the establishments.
Sep 24 2012
Massachusetts Senate candidate Elizabeth Warren offered some support for legalizing medical marijuana in an interview Monday with Boston's WTKK-FM.
Sep 24 2012
Critics say that drug tests of middle school students, implemented in at least 9 states, violate the civil liberties of young people.
Sep 24 2012
The singer may face serious jail time in Texas thanks to a state law that classifies possession of any amount of hashish, no matter how small, as a third-degree felony.
Sep 23 2012
CANNABIS CULTURE - Sensible BC, the activist group behind a new campaign to decriminalize marijuana in British Columbia, will host a Public Forum on Sensible Cannabis Policy in Victoria on Monday, September 24.
Sep 21 2012
A panel of medical and legal experts — including former B.C. attorney-general Geoff Plant — will try to convince the Union of B.C. Municipalities to support the decriminalization of marijuana and its regulated sale.
Sep 21 2012
Ten years ago, when Steph Sherer started using medicinal marijuana as a way to cope with the chronic pain caused by a neck injury, she didn’t know she’d be at the forefront of a movement that would spread throughout the United States to the one million...
Sep 20 2012
A pair of scientists at California Pacific Medical Center in San Francisco has found that a compound derived from marijuana could stop metastasis in many kinds of aggressive cancer, potentially altering the fatality of the disease forever.

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