Friday, March 28, 2014

Toke Signals Radio 34: Marijuana Doesn't Increase Crime! Cannabis Relieves MS Symptoms! Canadian Patients Can Keep Growing Their Own!

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Research Confirms Legalizing Medical Marijuana Does Not Increase Crime

(Hemp News)

Researchers at the University of Texas Dallas on Wednesday published an article in PLOS ONE that indicates that despite opponents’ fears, legalizing medical marijuana does not increase crime and may actually lower some types of violent crime.

Neurologists Report Medical Marijuana May Ease Symptoms Of MS

(Hemp News)

Medical marijuana may be the most effective complementary or alternative medicine to ease the symptoms of multiple sclerosis, according to new guidelines from the American Academy of Neurology released on Monday.

Injunction Granted; Canadian Patients Can Continue To Grow Their Own Medical Marijuana

(Hemp News)

Canadian medical marijuana patients who are currently licensed to grow their own cannabis will be allowed to continue doing so, despite new regulations banning homegrown which start on April 1, a Federal Court judge ruled last Friday.

71% Of Washington Residents Support Legal Marijuana Stores Opening In Their Neighborhood

(Hemp News)

More than seven in 10 Washington state residents support a legal marijuana business opening in their neighborhood, according to the results of a new survey, with the level of support in Colorado is almost as high.

Parents Slam Minnesota Governor For Blocking Popular Medical Marijuana Legislation

(Toke Signals)

HF 1818, a medical marijuana bill in Minnesota, would allow people with debilitating conditions safe access to medical marijuana. But to appease pot-phobic law enforcement groups in the state — who are fearful of losing their fat federal War On Marijuana grants — Governor Mark Dayton proposed an “alternative measure” that would not allow any patients to access medicinal cannabis. Then, incredibly, Gov. Dayton accused the parents and advocates supporting HF 1818 of opposing legislation that would help kids.

Fighting For Life: Bringing Medical Marijuana To Tennessee

(Toke Signals)

A bill which would have legalized medical marijuana died in the Tennessee House on Tuesday when Health Subcommittee members voted it down 6 to 2. But patient advocates in the Volunteer State say the fight is far from over.


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