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Poll shows 84 percent think Illinois is on wrong track; 66 percent want...

More than 80 percent of Illinois residents believe the state is on the wrong track, according to a new poll released by the Paul Simon Public Policy Institute at Southern Illinois University in Carbond...

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Marijuana Doesn't Seem to Harm the Kidneys

TUESDAY, March 6, 2018 (HealthDay News) -- As marijuana use has increased in the United States in recent years, medical experts and users alike have wondered about its health effects. Now, a new study ...

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Editorial: Marijuana, casino to impact Valley job market

The newly legal recreational marijuana industry in Massachusetts and the opening of the MGM Springfield resort casino later this year are sure to have an impact on the Pioneer Valley economy. While it ...

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6 International Cannabis Strains Worth Seeking Abroad | Leafly

As a travel destination, Amsterdam offers up many charms, from the picturesque canals and lively nightlife to the parks and museums and a place called Febo , where you can buy deep fried cheese out of ...

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Phil Murphy's play for NJ legal weed is no 'slam dunk as marijuana oppo...

Running for governor last year, Phil Murphy generated great expectations for legal, recreational marijuana. Ending the old war on marijuana was a way of ending a long-held social injustice, as Murphy p...

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Canadian marijuana company's Nasdaq listing bodes well for the industry...

The world's first marijuana-focused exchange-traded fund opened on the Toronto Stock Exchange. (File photo). When a Canadian marijuana company listed on the Nasdaq last week, most in the cannabis indus...

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Workplace and cannabis a problematic mix for B.C. business

A cannabis in the workplace discussion, sponsored by the Greater Vancouver Board of Trade, has identified some key concerns for businesses about the upcoming legalization of marijuana for recreational ...

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Pennsylvania Medical Marijuana Dispensaries Already Running Out

PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — It holds the promise of relief for tens of thousands of Pennsylvanians, and the new dispensary in Squirrel Hill is ready to provide it, but the supply of medical marijuana is limite...

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Vt. bill would empower towns to limit marijuana odor

MONTPELIER, Vt. — One neighbor sits on her porch, smoking legal marijuana on private property. The smoke and smell waft down the street, causing another neighbor to complain .  St. Johnsbury Police Chi...

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States mull 'sanctuary' status for marijuana businesses

JUNEAU, Alaska (AP) — Taking a cue from the fight over immigration, some states that have legalized marijuana are considering providing so-called sanctuary status for licensed pot businesses, hoping to...

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These are the countries where possessing weed could lead to the DEATH P...

Where is cannabis legal, which countries have the harshest penalties for smoking weed and will it be legalised in the UK? WHETHER or not cannabis should be legalised is a debate that has raged on for d...

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Legal weed in NJ? Lawmakers hold hearings amid questions over marijuana...

New Jersey under Democratic Gov. Phil Murphy is expected to drastically change how it treats marijuana use, but lawmakers are largely divided between supporting decriminalization and full legalization....

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Hundreds line up for Sacramento's Cannabis Job Fair

{copyShortcut} to copy Link copied! {copyShortcut} to copy Link copied! A human channel of job seekers lined up outside of a business in Sacramento Saturday for the chance to network and find employmen...

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Close to Home: Despite what feds say, good people use cannabis

| Updated 29 minutes ago. When cannabis became legal for adult use on Jan. 1, it felt like we were hosting a coming out party at Solful, the cannabis dispensary we opened in Sebastopol last year. Previ...

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New Jersey's path to legal marijuana could take a turn

TRENTON, N.J. (AP) — New Jersey's path to potentially legal recreational marijuana could take a turn soon with a legislative hearing scheduled, though legislators are expressing caution over the legali...

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Cannabis vs Water

Editor’s note: With the likelihood of a severe drought impacting irrigators this summer, the Herald and News wanted to learn how illegal marijuana grows may factor into the water shortage. Such illicit...

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Preliminary study: cannabis looks like a promising pain treatment

So, the Minnesota Department of Health has some concrete data on its medical cannabis program for intractable pain. And the numbers say: “not bad.” The Minnesota Department of Health released a summary...

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Opinion: Rescheduling Marijuana Would Make Things Even Worse Than They ...

A Schedule II classification would have a number of unintended consequences that legalization enthusiasts are probably overlooking. It's truly amazing how quickly the marijuana industry has blossomed i...