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Pot Versus Alcohol: Experts Say Booze Is the Bigger Danger

For more than three decades, America’s marijuana policies have been based upon rhetoric. Perhaps it’s time to begin listening to what the experts have to say. Speaking privately with Richard Nixon in 1971, the late Art Linkletter offered this view on the use of marijuana versus alcohol. “When people smoke marijuana, they smoke it to […]

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Willie Nelson Has A Point On Pot

While he’s definitely not an advocate for the use of hard drugs, Willie Nelson is a big supporter of marijuana. He shares with Parade magazine, “Legalize weed. It’s 50% of what’s causing the problems along the border with the drug cartels. A lot of people who sell it want to keep it illegal because that’s […]

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A Letter From Eddy Lepp in Prison

Dear Ed and Angela, Thank you so much for caring, I can’t express how much it means to us. Linda works and is home after 6-7 in the evening and is looking forward to speaking with you, she was thrilled just to get your message. I have enclosed a series of books I have been […]

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Supplements for Celiac Disease

In the last article we examined the use of Neural Therapy for the treatment of Celiac Disease and Wheat Sensitivity. We learned that Neural Therapy is a treatment originally created in Europe that makes use of homeopathic medicines, B vitamins, and procaine injected into acupuncture points and scar tissue. It is a therapy that helps […]

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ACLU sues Walmart over worker's firing

Regarding Joseph Casias’ medical marijuana use BATTLE CREEK, Mich. (WOOD) – A chain store is being sued after an employee said he was wrongfully fired when he failed a drug test. Joseph Casias has a prescription for medical marijuana and says he uses it for pain from sinus cancer and an inoperable brain tumor he […]

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Medical Marijuana In HIV/AIDS

By Stephen Gardner and Shruti Kalra This article is the first in a two-part series and will explore the current legal environment for medical marijuana. Part 2 will discuss the results of scientific studies examining medical marijuana use in people with HIV. Legal support for the use of medical marijuana, including by people with HIV/AIDS, […]

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Oregon petition signatures due Friday

SALEM, Ore. (AP) — Sponsors of ballot measures have until Friday to submit the needed petition signatures to qualify for the Nov. 2 general election. Oregon voters are likely to decide this fall whether to set up dispensaries for medical marijuana and set minimum terms for repeat felony sex offenders and drunken drivers. That pair […]

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Weed Control Part 1: MS sufferer finds relief

Matt Young used to bust kids for smoking pot as a security officer in Calgary, but now it’s Young who’s trying to find a way to smoke marijuana in peace. That search almost cost him his life. Young, now living in Saskatchewan, is a former private security manager and amateur bodybuilder who wanted to be […]

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Pot Proposal Has Some Feeling Left Out

Berkeley City Council members will consider new rules for medical marijuana Tuesday, but some cannabis activists are disappointed that some groups would get fewer benefits under the proposed regulations. Under the proposed rules, dispensaries would be allowed to get permits to cultivate their product in commercial spaces of up to 30,000 square feet, but members […]

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Marijuana Initiatives Get Big Endorsements

(June 28, 2010) in Society / Drug Law In another example of marijuana policy reform’s growing approval by the mainstream political establishment, this week two major state-level political organizations gave their backing to local initiatives to end marijuana prohibition. Citing inherent racism in the government’s war on marijuana, the California state chapter of the NAACP […]

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