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Half of Nation Already “Re-Legalizing”

I put the word re-legalize in quotes in the title because I am using the terms to mean any motion, large or small, away from cannabis prohibition and the lies of the last eighty years.  Fully half the nation is already in change.   You can find the story that goes with this map HERE. […]

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3 Months Legal & Colorado Still Standing

All you really need is the headline from the Huffington Post, “After Three Months of Legal Pot Sales Denver Still Not A Crime-Filled Hellscape.”  Just gotta love the Huff with stuff like that.  Let’s go in closer:   Three months into Colorado’s historic legal recreational marijuana sales, crime hasn’t gone up in Denver, according to […]

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When is “Too High To Drive?”

HMJ follows the “too high to drive” issue because like it or not, it’s going to be part of the future. Here’s something new on the “per se” front.  Look’s like what’s being done don’t, or won’t, work.   According to a factsheet published by the US National Highway Traffic Safety Administration: “It is difficult […]

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Call 911 for Shwagg

CAVEAT EMPTOR means “let the buyer beware.”  And don’t do this.   Police in East Texas have arrested a woman after she called them to complain about the quality of the marijuana she had purchased from a dealer. Lufkin police Sgt. David Casper said Monday that an officer went to the home of 37-year-old Evelyn […]

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Follow Up: An Edible Fatality

Here at HMJ we anticipate the inevitable blow-back to re-legalization to come with claims that “cannabis can kill.”  Our first report was about Gemma Moss, who used cannabis to help her sleep.  Ms. Moss’ died from a heart attack.  The new story is about a student named Levy Thamba, age 19, who died in a […]

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Maryland: Moving in the Right Direction

It’s not complete re-legalization, but it takes time to turn something as big as the law, eh?  Be brave, Maryland and embrace the future.   It’s not a law yet, but it’s right on the edge. If the governor goes along, getting busted for pot won’t mean jail, provided those joints don’t contain to too […]

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Lovestoned: What if men were like strains of weed?

  What if men were like strains of weed? What if we could test them out, figure out who sold the best ones, and really understand their effects on us? A Sativa Man is energetic, he’s talkative and sociable. Maybe he’s a fast talker with a possible tendency for anxiety. He is the type to […]

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Another Poll Shows Americans’ Changing Attitudes; Mandatory-minimum sentences under fire

The Pew Research Center released the results of a survey on Wednesday that shows very clearly the changing attitudes toward cannabis in America. The poll asked 1,821 people questions about their feelings on how America tolerates and deals with illegal drugs. One of the biggest indicators may be the results of a question asking Americans […]

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Election Cycles Towards Re-Legalization

Every election cycle represents chance for statewide re-legalization.  Here’s what’s in the pipeline at the moment.   Nearly four out of ten participants in the nationwide survey said that they would be “much more likely” to go to the polls if an initiative seeking to legalize marijuana appeared on the ballot. An additional 30 percent […]

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