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Federal Evidentiary Hearing Regarding The Constitutionality Of Cannabis Prohibition Concludes

United States District Judge Kimberly Mueller heard testimony over the course of the past five days in regard to the constitutionality of the federal statute designating marijuana as a Schedule I Controlled Substance. A ruling by Judge Mueller is not anticipated until after the first of the year.

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NORML PAC Endorses Representative Grayson for Congress

NORML PAC Endorses Representative Grayson for Congress

NORML PAC is endorsing Representative Alan Grayson in his campaign to be re-elected to the US Congress representing Florida’s 9th Congressional District. “Representative Grayson is a proven leader with a track record of tenaciously advocating for causes he believes in and building the necessary...

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NORML PAC Endorses State Representative Diane Russell in Maine

NORML PAC Endorses State Representative Diane Russell in Maine

NORML PAC is endorsing State Representative Diane Russell in her campaign to be re-elected to the Maine House of Representatives for Maine’s 39th Legislative District. “There are few lawmakers, at either the state or federal level, that have exhibited the same level of passion...

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Odds and Ends

October 30, 2014
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Odds and Ends

Thanks to Allan for pointing out this interesting article that serves as an important reminder: Strange reason to legalize marijuana

Apparently an underlying assumption of legal pot opponents...

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NORML PAC Endorses Bonnie Watson Coleman for US Congress

NORML PAC Endorses Bonnie Watson Coleman for US Congress

NORML PAC is endorsing Assemblywoman Bonnie Watson Coleman in her campaign to be elected to the United States Congress representing the 12th Congressional District in New Jersey. “Assemblywoman Bonnie...

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Legal Marijuana in Your Nation’s Capitol

Legal Marijuana in Your Nation’s Capitol

Legal Marijuana in Your Nation’s Capitol The marijuana voter initiative that is almost guaranteed to pass on November 4th is DC Initiative 71, the “Legalization of Possession of Minimal...

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Passing the blame

October 27, 2014
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Passing the blame

Recently, it seems like the Washington Post is trying to become the U.S. version of the Daily Mail, given its editorial section antipathy to marijuana.

This time, they give...

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Passing the blame

October 27, 2014
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Passing the blame

Recently, it seems like the Washington Post is trying to become the U.S. version of the Daily Mail, given its editorial section antipathy to marijuana.

This time, they give...

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On boycotting cocaine

October 26, 2014
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On boycotting cocaine

This idea came up again this week, as I saw a number of people link to this article: Boycott Cocaine by Miles Hunt at Unharm, as a response to...

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Study: Cannabis Use Not Associated With Deficits In Intelligence Quotient

Investigators at the University College of London analyzed data from 2,612 subjects who had their IQ tested at the age of eight and again at age 15. They reported...

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Open Thread

October 22, 2014
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Open Thread

Heading off to Kansas City for an International Fine Arts Deans conference. Hoping to get some ribs while I’m there.

Here’s a little bit of absurdity… 5 Ridiculous...

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Federal District Court Judge Asks: Should Federal Law Classify Cannabis As One Of The Nation’s Most Dangerous Drugs?

Testimony regarding the constitutionality of the federal statute designating marijuana as a Schedule I Controlled Substance will be taken on Monday, October 27 in the United States District...

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