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Push Back in Big Sky Country

Despite recent advances we still have opposition. Here’s some push back in Montana.   A Billings businessman has proposed an initiative for the November 2014 ballot that effectively would ban the possession, use, cultivation, trafficking and transportation of marijuana in Montana. Steve Zabawa submitted the measure this week to Secretary of State Linda McCulloch’s office. […]

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15 of 15: Virginia

We reach the end of our journey to the hinterlands in one of the original thirteen colonies — Virginia.   It’s not the friendliest place we’ve seen: Possession of marijuana is punishable by up to 30 days in jail and a fine up to $500 for the first offense and up to one year in […]

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Marijuana More Effective Than FDA Painkillers, Fibromyalgia Study Shows

The National Pain Foundation on Monday released the results of a survey of 1,339 fibromyalgia sufferers. The global survey compared marijuana as a treatment as opposed to FDA-approved options. The report shows that almost two-thirds of respondents reported marijuana as a very effective treatment method. There are three drugs approved by the Federal Drug Administration for […]

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Mainstream Media Calls for Rescheduling Cannabis

Here’s a taste of a recent editorial in the US edition of The Guardian, a U.K. paper.  The tide keeps rising.   Everyone from landlords to caregivers to local police departments – those who have decided to serve or accommodate these [mmj] patients over the last two decades – have faced raids, arrests, subpoenas and […]

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14 of 15: Utah

As we near the end of our journey to places seldom visited, we find ourselves in Utah.   It’s not the friendliest place Under current Utah law, possession of as little as an ounce or less of marijuana can result in a six-month jail sentence. Unfortunately, minority and low-income communities in Utah bear the brunt […]

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13 of 15: Texas

A cannabis advocate might feel like a child in the wilderness in Texas, except for the fact that so many Texans are calling for change.   A strong majority of Texas voters (58%) support making marijuana legal for adults and regulating it like alcohol, according to a Public Policy Polling . . . Only 38% […]

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Are Solventless Concentrates the Best?

Ever since hash products got a new breath of life with the “dab” movement, there have been a number of different forms of hash popping up, but which one is best? We all want a smooth-hitting concentrate that tastes good, is potent, and is good for your health… And from my own research I’m not […]

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Cannabis Instead of Alcohol

Here’s a new study looking at cannabis and alcohol.   Researchers reported that frequent cannabis consumers (defined as having used cannabis two or three times per week) were less likely to engage in hazardous drinking practices compared to infrequent users (those who reported having consumed cannabis fewer than four times per month). They concluded: “Among […]

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12 of 15: South Dakota

Next on our list of the seldom seen is South Dakota, the “Mount Rushmore State.” Here we find both mmj and recreational cannabis standing out in the rain with the door slammed in their faces. But this struggle is not over.   South Dakota’s 2013 legislative session saw lawmakers in Pierre consider two proposals to […]

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Legal Cannabis Does Not Create Crime

Yes, we all know what the law enforcement types claim at the top of their lungs.  Let’s go in search of the truth.   Opponents of marijuana legalization, particularly members of law enforcement, frequently claim that liberalizing cannabis laws will lead to an increase in incidences of criminal activity, such as burglary, robbery, and driving […]

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