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3 Must-Dos to Prepare for When Cannabis Is Federally Legal

Legalization of marijuana nationally is a quixotic cause now but the momentum seems to make it likely to happen eventually. The opportunities that will follow will be enormous.

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Doctors and Patients In Florida Are Embracing Medical Marijuana

In the state synonymous with retirement, medicinal cannabis is rapidly becoming mainstream.

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How High Is Too High to Drive? Law Enforcement Agencies Tackle Complex Issue.

A drug test that proves someone smoked marijuana three days ago doesn’t prove they are intoxicated now.

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The Feds and the NFL Both Forbid Marijuana. Both Are Studying It as an Alternative to Opiods.

Just when you think the status of marijuana in America couldn’t be more confusing, two entities seemingly utterly opposed to cannabis seem to have a change of heart. Sort of.

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To Understand the Forces Favoring and Opposing Legal Marijuana, Study Arizona.

The economic and cultural interests urging and resisting legalization are vividly displayed in Arizona.

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Not Exactly Penpals: Governors Debate Marijuana Facts With Jeff Sessions via Snail Mail.

Unable to get a meeting with the attorney general, leaders in states that have legalized marijuana try educating him by exchanging letters.

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Not Exactly Penpals: Governors Debate Marijuana Facts With Jeff Sessions via Snail Mail.

Unable to get a meeting with the attorney general, leaders in states that have legalized marijuana try educating him by exchanging letters.

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It Must Be Written In the Stars. Neil deGrasse Tyson Says Marijuana Should Be Legal.

Tyson, like his television predecessor Carl Sagan, finds no reason in science for cannabis prohibition.

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What Every Cannabis Entrepreneur Needs to Understand About the Cole Memo

Attorney General Jeff Sessions might be seeking to resume enforcement of federal cannabis laws without changing Justice Department policy.

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Oakland Explores Reparations for Those Persecuted by the War on Drugs

For decades Oakland police arrested people for marijuana crimes. The city vying to be America’s cannabis capital is exploring how to bring those people into the legal cannabis business.

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