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Canada and Mexico Must Prove Case With United Nations Before Legalizing Marijuana

Before Canada, Mexico or any other country can legalize marijuana across their respective nation, governments must first show the United Nations General Assembly later this year how they plan to make it happen while remaining in compliance with several international drug ...

New York Dips Its Toe into the National Flood Waters of Medical Cannabis

The first medical marijuana dispensary in NYC opened January 7, 2016 in Union Square, but patients will not be obtaining marijuana in the traditional sense.

Gary Johnson Announces Bid for Presidency, Says Marijuana Advocates Do Not Equal Political Benefits

With a belief that marijuana should be made legal at the federal level, Gary Johnson, the former governor of New Mexico who became the Libertarian Party’s presidential nominee back in 2012, has made the decision to resign from his position as CEO with a major medica...

New York Launches Into Medical Pot With No Buds In Sight

In a sleek Manhattan storefront with an upscale-doctor's-office ambience, New York's measured foray into medical marijuana begins Thursday with a liquid packaged with a plain white label.  

Alaska Groups Give Free Cannabis to Severely Ill and Veterans

Eighteen years after Alaskans technically gained the right to use medical marijuana, there are still no state-licensed dispensaries and there are only six qualifying illnesses for MMJ use, according to NORML. 

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