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1st Illinois Dispensaries Will Likely Launch in 2015

The first dispensaries in Illinois might not launch until well into next year, months later than many entrepreneurs envisioned after the state passed its medical marijuana law in 2013. “It’s going to be spring or early next summer before patients have access to this medicine,” Ali Nagib of the National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana L...

Lawmakers To Announce Introduction of Marijuana Legalization

  At least four state legislatures will consider replacing marijuana prohibition with regulation   On Election Day, voters in the states of Colorado and Washington approved ballot initiatives to remove criminal penalties for adult marijuana use and regulate the substance in a manner similar to alcohol. State legislators from...

Cops Release Guide: How To Smoke Marijuana Legally In Seattle

 Washington state's I-502 may not be the best piece of "legalization" legislation you've ever seen; it certainly has its share of warts, including the unscientific DUI blood limits for active THC, and the continued prohibition on home cultivation. But there are definite up-sides to the passage of 502. Among those delicious up-s...

Growing Without A Medical Marijuana Card Legal and/or Cheaper Than Being Licensed?

 OK, so im just curious about this... my friend is growing right now with no mmj card and about 57 plants in so cal. I'm concerned about the consequences if hes caught. he claims ( and also a few other people i know that grow a nice amount) its pretty much a slap on the wrist for a first time offender if you have the money to pay...

Will Alabama Get Medical Marijuana? Hearing Next Week

   Eighteen states now allow the use of marijuana for medical purposes, and a movement is afoot in Alabama to make it the 19th. Next Wednesday, November 14, a public hearing will be held in the Alabama State House on the medicinal use of cannabis. Rep. Jim McClendon of Springville, who chairs the House Health Committee, ...

Post-502: Washington Prosecutors Dismiss 220 Marijuana Cases

 Prosecutors in Washington's two most populous counties are dismissing more than 220 misdemeanor marijuana cases after state voters on Tuesday decriminalized small amounts of cannabis. King County Prosecutor Dan Satterberg is dismissing 175 cases, and Pierce County Prosecutor Mark Lindquist said he was dismissing "about four do...

State of Washington Estimates Legal Pot Will Be $12 A Gram

 Legal marijuana in Washington state will average $12 a gram, according to the state Liquor Control Board, which has been put in charge of regulating, taxing and selling cannabis in the state by the voters' approval of I-502. At least a year will be spent studying and setting up the marijuana distribution system before adults 21 and...

Washington Becomes 2nd State In One Day To Legalize Marijuana

  Voters Say Yes To Regulation, Taxation Plan Isn't it just the way it always goes? Nothing for 75 years, then two states in one day. Washington voters resoundingly approved Initiative 502, which regulates and taxes marijuana production in the state, with 56 percent voting Yes and 44 percent voting No. The state's voters ...

DEA Says It Will Ignore Marijuana Legalization

 What do our servants in the federal government do when the voters have spoken? They promptly announce their intention to ignore the voters. At least, that's what happens when it comes to the marijuana laws. The citizens of Colorado and Washington may have thought the decision was theirs on whether to legalize cannabis -- that ...

Marijuana Legalized In Colorado: Voters Flex Their Power

  LEGAL Colorado has become the first state in the history of the U.S. to legalize marijuana. Voters in the Rocky Mountain State decided it's high time to just get over 75 years of nonsense around the cannabis plant. According to early returns, 53 percent of state voters approved Amendment 64, which, according to ...

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