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Alaska's voters will decide on August 19 if the state will be third to legalize marijuana and regulate and tax it sale.
The Oregon Health Authority on Monday will begin registering dispensaries under the Oregon Medical Marijuana Program.
The Kentucky House Health and Welfare Committee on Thursday approved a bill that would allow people suffering from conditions such as cancer, multiple sclerosis (MS), and HIV/AIDS to use medical marijuana by a vote of 9-5, following a public hearing.
A bill that would make CBD oil, a non-psychoactive form of medical marijuana, available in Georgia was approved in committee late on Wednesday.
Despite hostility from Governor Martin O'Malley, Maryland lawmakers are moving forward on bills which would either reduce marijuana penalties, or legalize cannabis entirely.
I wish I could've been there. A clueless police chief was practically laughed out of the Maryland Legislature on Tuesday.
A survey conducted by Quinnipiac University Polling Institute on February 12-17 shows 51 percent of registered Ohio voters support allowing adults to legally possess small amounts of marijuana for personal use. Only 44 percent of those polled were opposed.
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