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Massachusetts: Over a Century Of Cannabis Criminalization Comes to an End

Massachusetts: Over a Century Of Cannabis Criminalization Comes to an End

Massachusetts today became the sixth US state to enact legislation eliminating criminal penalties specific to the adult possession and personal use of cannabis. The law change ends over a century-long policy of criminal cannabis prohibition in the Bay State. Massachusetts was the first state in the nation to criminalize the use of marijuana...

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Federal Marijuana Protections Extended Through April, But Face an Uncertain Future

Federal Marijuana Protections Extended Through April, But Face an Uncertain Future

Members of Congress have re-authorized a federal provision prohibiting the Justice Department from interfering in state-authorized medical cannabis programs. The provision, known as the Rohrabacher-Farr amendment, was included in short-term spending legislation, House Resolution 2028, and will expire on April 28, 2017. NORML is encouraging you to tell the incoming Congress that these...

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Kansas City: NORML Chapter’s Decriminalization Effort Qualifies For City Ballot

Kansas City: NORML Chapter’s Decriminalization Effort Qualifies For City Ballot

Petitioners seeking to decriminalize municipal penalties specific to the possession of up to 35 grams of marijuana have gathered sufficient signatures to qualify the measure for the ballot, a representative from the Kansas City Clerk's office confirmed today. The proposal, spearheaded by Kansas City NORML, amends citywide penalties from a criminal misdemeanor...

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Some State Leaders Challenging Marijuana Election Results

Some State Leaders Challenging Marijuana Election Results

Political leaders in several states are threatening to thwart the implementation of voter-approved initiatives specific to the regulation of marijuana.

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Maine: Legalization Opponents File Petitions Challenging Election Day Vote

Maine: Legalization Opponents File Petitions Challenging Election Day Vote

Marijuana legalization opponents in Maine are formally challenging the results of Question 1: The Marijuana Legalization Act, a statewide ballot initiative that received slightly over 50 percent of the vote on Election Day.

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Study: Medical Cannabis Use Associated With Improved Cognitive Performance, Reduced Use Of Opioids

Study: Medical Cannabis Use Associated With Improved Cognitive Performance, Reduced Use Of Opioids

Medical cannabis administration is associated with improved cognitive performance and lower levels of prescription drug use, according to longitudinal data published online in the journal Frontiers in Pharmacology.

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Study: Marijuana Retailers Not Selling To Youth

Study: Marijuana Retailers Not Selling To Youth

Age restrictions in legal marijuana states are effectively keeping cannabis out of the hands of minors, according to newly published data in the Journal of Studies of Alcohol and Drugs. Authors reported, “Compliance with laws restricting marijuana sales to individuals age 21 years or older with a valid ID was extremely high and...

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Studies: Changes In Marijuana’s Legal Status Not Associated With Increased Use By Young People

Studies: Changes In Marijuana’s Legal Status Not Associated With Increased Use By Young People

Changes in marijuana’s legal status under state law is not associated with increased cannabis use or with its perceived availability by young people, according to pair of recently published studies.

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Values Survey: 63 Percent Of Americans Say Marijuana Should Be Legal

Values Survey: 63 Percent Of Americans Say Marijuana Should Be Legal

Sixty-three percent of Americans age 18 and older favor making the use of marijuana legal, according to national polling results compiled by the Public Religion Research Institute's American Value Survey. The percentage is the highest ever reported by the poll, and marks a 30 percent increase in public support for legalization since 2014.

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Gallup: Record High Percentage Of Americans Back Legalizing Marijuana

Gallup: Record High Percentage Of Americans Back Legalizing Marijuana

Sixty percent of Americans believe that "the use of marijuana should be legal," according to nationwide polling data released today by Gallup. The percentage is the highest level of support ever reported by the polling group, and represents more than a doubling in public support over the past two decades.

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