Israel: The World Authority on Medical Marijuana

  In the United States, it is very difficult to conduct any scientific research on cannabis. Strict rules set by the Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) claim that marijuana does not have any medical benefits and cannot be researched for medicinal use. The facts, however, say the exact opposite. Cannabis has been used for centuries as[…]

D.C. Council Can Move Forward to Determine How to Tax and Regulate Cannabis

The following post is an email sent out by Kate M. Bell, Legislative Analyst for the Marijuana Policy Project (MPP).   Subject: D.C.: Budget autonomy allows progress on taxing and regulating marijuana! Dear Supporter: Major news: On Friday, the D.C. Superior Court upheld the Local Budget Autonomy Act of 2012, which 82% of D.C. voters[…]

DC Cannabis Campaign’s first Seed Share was a success!

Over 800 D.C. residents showed up for the nations largest public (yet legal) drug deal. With police officers looking on, hundreds of hopefuls lined up hours before the scheduled start time at Libertine in Adam’s Morgan. Everyone left happy with small baggies of their very own marijuana seeds just one month after Initiative 71 was[…]

DC Resident? Get Your Own Seeds To Grow!

  Get Your Own Cannabis Seeds! One month after Initiative 71 was put into effect in Washington, D.C., many residents have a hard time finding seeds to grow their own plants at home. Until recently, the DC Cannabis Campaign (http://dcmj.org/) has advised residents to “ask a friend, they might have some seeds to give you.” However, they[…]

Which States Will Legalize Recreational Cannabis In 2016?

  With four states already having legalized recreational marijuana, Nevada may become the fifth. Colorado, Washington, Oregon, and Alaska have already legalized marijuana within the past couple of years and it appears that more states are gearing up to follow their example and take advantage of the mass medical and recreational marijuana industry booming in Colorado.[…]
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