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Medical Marijuana: A “Cure” for Autism?

At a medical marijuana event, a man and his wife came up and quietly said they wanted to talk confidentially about how medical cannabis “cured autism” in their daughter. The woman held the hand of the 7-year-old girl who was the couple’s daughter. “Our daughter was diagnosed with autism,” the man said, “but look at […]

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High Times Covers Marijuana Prisoner Marc Emery

The United States government hates whistleblowers and activists. That’s pretty obvious when you look at high-profile cases such as that of Bradley Manning and Julian Assange. It’s also obvious when you discover how the DEA targeted a Canadian marijuana legalization activist and vocal critic of the DEA named Marc Emery. Emery was based in Vancouver, Canada […]

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Marijuana Legalization: Dutch Citizens & Foreigners Celebrate Cannabis Coffeeshop Victory

What do the Netherlands, Washington state, and Colorado have in common? Voters in all three places made major marijuana decisions in recent months, that’s what. Washington and Colorado “legalized” marijuana. For marijuana smokers who’ve long seen Holland’s cannabis coffeeshops and marijuana seed shops as prime destinations, September, 2012 elections in Holland brought especially good news… […]

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Are Pharmaceutical Companies & Other Corporations Trying to Take Over Our Medical Marijuana Community?

The first time I used medical marijuana was after I’d been addicted to oxy, Dilaudid (synthetic heroin) and other prescription pharmaceutical pain drugs prescribed by my doctors. My need for painkillers started when a woman (she was texting while driving her Hummer) ran a red light and center-punched my car. I woke up after surgery […]

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Study Shows That There Is No Link Between The Rise of Teenage Marijuana Smokers and The Existence of Medical Marijuana Dispensaries

Daniel Rees, a professor of economics at the University of Colorado in Denver has co-authored a study with two other professors at the University of Oregon and the Montana State University, which concluded that while teen marijuana usage has increased since 2005, this increase has not been caused by the existence of medical marijuana dispensaries. […]

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