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Is Weed Legal In Florida? First Medical Marijuana Dispensary Set To Open

Is Weed Legal In Florida? First Medical Marijuana Dispensary Set To Open
A new era will sprout in Florida next week when the Sunshine State's first medical marijuana dispensary opens. After a two and a half year push, the Trulieve dispensary is set to open in Tallahassee Tuesday. The dispensary will provide medical marijuana to customers who are on an official state registry.

How to Qualify for Medical Marijuana in New York

How to Qualify for Medical Marijuana in New York
In July of 2014, Governor Andrew M. Cuomo and the New York Legislature enacted the Compassionate Care Act, which gave New Yorkers with qualifying medical conditions and a doctor’s prescription limited access to marijuana products. We go into detail about the Medical Marijuana laws in New York and show you if and how to qualify for medical marijuana in New York.

What happens to medical marijuana if recreational use becomes legal in California?

What happens to medical marijuana if recreational use becomes legal in California?
When it comes to permitting recreational cannabis use, reaction from the medical marijuana community ranges from enthusiastic advocacy to passionate opposition — with many left somewhere in the middle, confused and torn.

Growing Marijuana? State Will Now Regulate Water Use for Pot Cultivation

Growing Marijuana? State Will Now Regulate Water Use for Pot Cultivation
Within less than a year, as many as 50,000 marijuana growers in California could be required to obtain state permits for the irrigation water they consume. It is an unprecedented step aimed at preventing harm to the environment and other water users resulting from the rapid growth of marijuana cultivation in the state.

War On Weed’s End In Sight

War On Weed’s End In Sight
The end of the federal government’s War on Weed is approaching fast. No matter how the details work out, that much seems pretty clear at this point. The only remaining questions are how the mechanics of the war’s end will work out, and how fast it’ll happen. But whether it ends with a bang or a whimper, that end is definitely now in sight.

Residents in These 8 States Are Set to Vote on Marijuana This November

Residents in These 8 States Are Set to Vote on Marijuana This November
This is going to be a transformative year for the United States. Not only are we set to vote in a new president for the first time in eight years this November, but we could also see the most rapid expansion of marijuana ever, with eight states now set to vote on recreational or medical cannabis initiatives or amendments this fall.

The Democratic Party Is Officially Endorsing a Pathway to Marijuana Legalization

The Democratic Party Is Officially Endorsing a Pathway to Marijuana Legalization
The Democratic Party officially cast its vote for a "reasoned pathway" for future marijuana legalization, July 9th, in their platform committee meeting, when an 81-80 vote added to the party's platform an amendment to the Controlled Substances Act that would downgrade marijuana from being classified alongside heroin as a Schedule 1 drug, "providing a reasoned pathway for future legalization."

Can Marijuana Help Address the U.S. Health Spending Crisis?

Can Marijuana Help Address the U.S. Health Spending Crisis?
The rising cost of prescription drugs is a bitter pill to swallow for many Americans (and their insurers — Medicare included). So this comes as a bit of good news: In states that have legalized marijuana for medicinal use, spending on prescription drugs has declined.

Trump, Clinton, Johnson Agree: Medical Marijuana Use Should Be Legal

Trump, Clinton, Johnson Agree: Medical Marijuana Use Should Be Legal
Marijuana legalization continues to grow as a front-burner issue, and legalization for medical purposes is among the few stances that the two major presidential candidates share. Presumptive Democratic and Republican nominees Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump believe that using marijuana to combat the symptoms of a range of ailments should be legal.

Most pot dispensaries are forced to be cash-only. Now they're prime targets for violent robberies

Most pot dispensaries are forced to be cash-only. Now they're prime targets for violent robberies
The recent killing of a marijuana store security guard in Colorado and the wounding of another guard in San Bernardino are the latest examples of the crime lure posed by cash-only pot dispensaries, industry observers say.

Was Marijuana the Original Cash Crop?

Was Marijuana the Original Cash Crop?
While the expanding legal marijuana market is a novice of modern economy, cannabis is no new commodity. According to recently published archaeological literature, the herb entered historical records 11,500 to 10,200 years ago—long before the English language originated or the Great Pyramids were built.

One of the big questions in marijuana research has been answered

One of the big questions in marijuana research has been answered
0.32 grams. That's how much marijuana is in the typical American joint, according to a rigorous statistical analysis recently published in the journal Drug and Alcohol Dependence by drug policy researchers Greg Ridgeway of the University of Pennsylvania and Beau Kilmer of the Rand Corp. The amount of weed in the typical joint is actually an important quantity for researchers and policymakers to know.

Marijuana legalization question can go on November ballot with changes, SJC rules

Marijuana legalization question can go on November ballot with changes, SJC rules
A ballot question on whether marijuana can be sold recreationally in Massachusetts can appear on the November ballot, the Supreme Judicial Court announced in an opinion Wednesday.

Californians Seek Pot of Gold in Marijuana Legalization

Californians Seek Pot of Gold in Marijuana Legalization
There is no guarantee California will vote to legalize recreational marijuana in November, but political operative and father of four Daniel Conway has already staked his future on it.

How the DEA Could Introduce Big Pharma to Marijuana

How the DEA Could Introduce Big Pharma to Marijuana
The U.S. could soon be one step closer to allowing marijuana sales at your local drugstore. But while that might mean good news for patients, it could also overturn 20 years of development in the medical marijuana industry.