Medical Marijuana News

November 19, 2012

Irv Rosenfeld’s 30th Anniversary of Getting Marijuana from the Feds

Today is a notable occasion. It is the 30th anniversary of a Florida man gaining the ability to use marijuana for medical purposes and of the beginning of a bafflingly hypocritical stance by the federal government. One of the strangest ironies in the government’s war on marijuana is demonstrated by […]
November 19, 2012

MOMENTUM: Post Election Marijuana Law Reform Bills to be Introduced at Both State and Federal Level

The message from our big wins on Election Day has already begun to reverberate around the nation. Right on the heels of the votes in Washington and Colorado, several other states (and countries!) are already beginning to consider similar measures in their legislature. Last week, representatives from Maine and Rhode […]
November 18, 2012

New medical marijuana initiatives haven

November 18, 2012

Will Illinois Become The 19th State To Allow For The Medical Use of Marijuana?

Illinois state lawmakers are expected in the coming days to once again consider legislation that seeks to allow for the limited use of cannabis by authorized patients. During a special ‘veto session’ to be held later this month, House members are expected to vote on House Bill 30, which seeks […]
November 18, 2012

Prosecutors In Colorado Washington Dismiss Even More Marijuana Cases

Prosecutors throughout Colorado and Washington state continue to dismiss hundreds of pending misdemeanor marijuana possession cases. On Thursday, Denver District Attorney Mitch Morrissey and City Attorney Doug Friednash announced that they would stop pressing charges and would review pending criminal cases involving minor cannabis possession offenses. Their announcement came one […]
November 17, 2012

Counting the Days Till Marijuana’s Legal

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