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Medical Marijuana Passes Through Airports

By Jessica Headley Airport security used to be the end of the line for travelers holding medical marijuana. Now some passengers report airports and TSA looking the other way.Medical marijuana patients reported no problems as they boarded with carry on luggage and cannabis plants through airports in states that were both medical marijuana friendly and […]

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Too poor to buy pot? Not in D.C. (if it's medical, that is)

http://www.usatoday.com/news/health/2010-08-06-medical-marijuana_N.htm?csp=34news By Jessica Gresko, The Associated Press WASHINGTON — No one should be too poor to buy pot if they live in Washington, at least if the marijuana is for a medical condition. That’s the conclusion of a new medical marijuana law enacted in the nation’s capital. The District of Columbia passed a law earlier […]

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Mary and Gary Shows Document Capital Lobbying

Mary Powers with Jacki Rickert 10-04-09. MADISON: August 11, 2010 marks the first anniversary of the filming and release of the first of a series of very short films documenting lobbying efforts at the Wisconsin Capitol, the “Mary and Gary Show”. The eventually seven Mary & Gary Shows tell the story of lobbying efforts for […]

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Rasmussed Poll: Fewer Than 1/5 of Americans Say Marijuana is More Dangerous Than Booze

Friday, 06 August 2010 12:40 Press Release Analysis Ashbury Park, NJ–(ENEWSPF)–August 6, 2010.   Fewer than one in five Americans nationwide believe that consuming marijuana is more dangerous than drinking alcohol, according to a national telephone poll of 1,000 likely voters by the polling firm Rasmussen Reports. Fifty percent of respondents, including the majority of […]

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Police Raid of Medical Cannabis Dispensary Puts Patients at Risk

Yesterday, Cannabis as Living Medicine (CALM), one of the most well- established medical cannabis dispensaries in Canada, was raided by police in Toronto for the second time in five months. In the last couple of months, a dispensary in Guelph, another in Iqaluit, and several in the province of Quebec were also raided. Canadians for […]

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Cannabis Gave Me My Life Back

Marie Summers was in a ‘prison of pain’, until she overcame inhibitions about using an illegal drug. The result seemed like a miracle Tell someone that you suffer from chronic migraine and you’re unlikely to get sympathy in scale to the pain you suffer. Tell them you’ve got chronic migraine causing neuro-deficit, plus a small […]

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Let Thy Food Be Thy Medicine

Laurel A. Beechey The World is a Stage In studying history it often become apparent that the ancients knew more than we can ever comprehend. We have gotten so wrapped up in technologies and synthetics that we have forsaken many truths which need to be returned to our modern world. A wise man from the […]

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Lafe's Natural and Organic Deodorant Makes for Sweet Sweat

It’s rare to find a natural, organic, toxin free deodorant that works. I discovered Lafe’s deodorant at my local Bikram yoga studio locker room and it withstood the sweat test. I have looked for this every time I go out for my organic toiletries and I was recently informed that this amazing deodorant is available […]

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Faulkner Backs Industrial Hemp

THE only independent candidate so far to raise his hand in the federal election for the seat of Richmond wants laws changed to make it easier for farmers to grow the non-intoxicating version of marijuana known as industrial hemp. Nic Faulkner, who has made one of his main platforms the abolition of state governments, yesterday […]

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We Have Been 'Winning' the War on Drugs for 90 Years

Mexican soldiers patrol following a drug war hit in Monterrey last month. Photograph by: Reuters, The Ottawa Citizen One can imagine how delighted the people at the Colombian Embassy were when they read the Globe and Mail last week. One article after another about their country — and none focussed on drugs and murder. Instead, […]

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