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Here’s The Ultimate Smackdown of Reefer Madness

The following essay is perhaps the best takedown of reefer madness propaganda you’ll see. It first appeared in the 1966 issue of the prestigious “The Atlantic” magazine. It’s written by Allen Ginsberg, the internationally-lauded late poet and activist from the legendary “Beat generation” of the 1950s and 60s. Ginsberg’s essay vividly shows how the reefer […]

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Мedical marijuana

Senators Propose Federal Medical Marijuana Protections

Republican and Democratic senators have announced a bill called the CARERS Act that prioritizes state medical marijuana legalization instead of federal marijuana prohibition. The CARERS Act (introduced June, 2017), is fully known as the Compassionate Access, Research Expansion, and Respect States Act. Basically, this same bill has been introduced every year, starting in 2015. Its […]

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Trump & Sessions Continue Threats Against Legalized Medical Marijuana

President Donald Trump and his attorney general Jeff Sessions continue to stoke fear in the legalized and black market marijuana industries. Trump said during the 2016 campaign that he’d respect “state’s rights” concerning legalized marijuana. But since Trump was elected, he and Sessions threatened to use federal law enforcement against legalized marijuana states. When Trump […]

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Virginia Republican Promotes Federal Marijuana Decriminalization

Former presidential candidate Bernie Sanders repeatedly tried to pass federal marijuana decriminalization. Now a newbie Virginia Republican member of the U.S. House of Representatives is attempting the same thing. Virginia Representative Thomas Garrett is pushing a bill that completely removes cannabis from the Controlled Substances Act (CSA) and its “schedule” listing of “contraband drugs.” Cannabis […]

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