Fox 10 Talks to Medical Marijuana Patients – Phoenix

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New Hampshire House urges feds to allow hemp

GARRY RAYNO State House Bureau   CONCORD – The House Wednesday voted 260-41 to urge the federal government to allow cultivation of hemp for industrial purposes. After years of trying to legalize the growing of hemp in New Hampshire, supporters did win a small victory Wednesday with House Resolution 20, although it does not have […]

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Oklahoma parole board agrees to give Spottedcrow, guilty seller of $31 in pot, early hearing

Patricia Spottedcrow sits on her bunk in a dorm at the Dr. Eddie Warrior Correctional Facility in Taft in December. Spottedcrow is one year into her eight-year prison sentence for selling a small amount of marijuana to a police informant with her children present in Kingfisher. JOHN CLANTON/Tulsa World file   By GINNIE GRAHAM World Staff […]

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Meat worker gets more than $20k for personal grievance

By Matthew Backhouse   A seasonal meat worker who was not re-hired due to suspected cannabis use, despite passing a drug test, has been reinstated and paid more than $20,000 in compensation. Melissa Mackie worked for four seasons at the South Pacific Meats plant in Invercargill, starting in 2006, but was not re-hired for a fifth […]

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Thermopal Hemp Fiber Boards Offer A Sustainable Choice

LEUTIRCH, GERMANY – In addition to the HPL composite board “Hanffaser Composite”, Thermopal is now also offering the lower-priced “Decor-Hanffaser” decorative hemp fiber board as a direct-coated melamine resin board. “This means that customers will now also find a high quality, user-orientated selection among our sustainable hemp fibre products,” said product manager Christina Müller-Witzemann. The use of hemp fibre […]

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Colorado House bill allowing study of hemp’s soil-cleaning potential has panel’s backing

By John Ingold The Denver Post   A bill to study the benefits of growing industrial hemp cleared its first hurdle in the state legislature Monday. The bill, from state Rep. Wes McKinley, D-Cokedale, received unanimous support in the House Local Government Committee despite questions about whether it would create a showdown with the federal […]

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Attorneys General light up pot debate

  MATT KIELTYKA METRO CANADA   Four former B.C. Attorneys General have joined the crusade to legalize marijuana. Colin Gabelmann, Ujjal Dosanjh, Graeme Bowbrick and Geoff Plant all signed onto the Stop the Violence B.C. coalition Tuesday and sent a letter to both Premier Christy Clark and NDP opposition leader Adrian Dix to endorse legalizing, […]

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West Virginia lawmaker wants to legalize medical marijuana

By CRISSY CLUTTER, WOWK-TV   It’s been a called a gateway drug by some. Others claim it’s the only treatment that works. The debate over legalizing medical marijuana has come to West Virginia. Monday, Del. Mike Manypenny, D-Taylor, presented House Bill 4498. The bill would allow patients with a wide variety of serious, debilitating conditions, […]

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Juicing with cannabis to cure diseases

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