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By Tim Christie
BOSTON - A federal appeals court has ruled that the MBTA violated free speech rights by refusing to display ads from a group that wants to legalize marijuana.
The Associated Press
Okay, here's the deal. I went out and partied last night. After the big awards ceremony, the Cannabis Cup lets its long hair down, forgets about all the competition, and celebrates the wonderful plant that brought us all together. If you want a complete wrap-up on this year'...
I can't even begin to describe (or even remember) everything that happened to me since the last Can Cup journal entry, so I'll keep this one brief. The final votes are currently being tallied and soon (within a couple of hours) the winners of the Cannabis Cup will be declare...
The U.S. Supreme Court has agreed to hear a case that pits two ailing women who use medical marijuana against the federal government. The high court's decision could impact the direction of the medical-marijuana movement, the Washington Times reported Nov. 22.
Story by Phil Smith
Stephen Gaskin has a plan to heal America. "There isn't anything wrong in this country that can't be fixed with courage, good planning, and some getting it on."
The human brain naturally produces and processes compounds closely related to those found in Cannabis sativa, better known as marijuana [see "The Brain's Own Marijuana," by Roger A. Nicoll and Bradley E. Alger. These compounds are called endogenous cannabinoids or endocannab...