In New York, Medical Marijuana Announcement Being Anticipated

With some economists predicting medical marijuana sales to surpass $1.2 billion within five years, the stakes are obviously high. Inside a former World War II era military warehouse in Glenville, Ari Hoffnung wants to invest $10 million dollars to convert the site into a sprawling medical marijuana plant. “A site of this size... more →
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NASDAQ: Big Win For Marijuana And Pot Researchers Seen

In consultation with the Food and Drug Administration, National Institutes of Health, and the Office of the Assistant Secretary for Health, the HHS announced the removal of the PHS review process, noting that it closely overlapped with the investigational new drug application process that the FDA currently follows. The FDA’s... more →
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As Oregon Eases Into Legal Marijuana, Thousands Gather In Portland

Police earlier discouraged residents from calling 911 to report instances of public consumption, which they said failed to constitute an emergency. Traffic flowed, generally without interruption. From time to time, chants arose, such as Free the weed. Medical marijuana dispensaries in Portland distributed coupons. Organizers said... more →
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Medical Marijuana, Inc.’s Dixie Botanicals Launches New Product

Our mission is to be the premier hemp industry innovators, leveraging our team of professionals to source, evaluate and purchase value-added companies and products, while allowing them to keep their integrity and entrepreneurial spirit. We strive to create awareness within our industry, develop environmentally-friendly, economically... more →
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PTSD: Can Marijuana Really Cure It And Other Conditions?

Following years of bureaucratic hurdles, the first Food and Drug Administration (FDA)-approved, randomized controlled trial on cannabis and PTSD is set to begin this summer. Many believe the study will spur increased acceptance of veterans using marijuana, a political shift that’s already led more and more states to add PTSD... more →
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Ballot Campaign Launches Permitting Public “Marijuana Bars” In Denver

The same pro-pot advocates who brought legalized recreational marijuana to Colorado launched Thursday a ballot campaign to allow adult marijuana bars in Denver. Mason Tvert and Brian Vicente, who led the successful 2012 statewide initiative campaign for Amendment 64, announced they have formed the Campaign for Limited Social Use... more →
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Nederland Could Become Asylum Even For “Spiritual” Pot Users

“Before it gets on the ballot, though, the Board of Trustees must first review the proposal, possibly sometime in early August”, Baur said. The board could adopt the law or choose to forward it along to voters. “If the board members vote down the measure, voters would still get a chance to weigh in”, Baur... more →
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