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Banking Woes Easing for Some Legal Pot Businesses

Federal data show that the number of banks and credit unions across the country willing to handle pot money under Treasury Department guidelines issued two years ago has jumped from 51 in March 2014 to 301 last month.  

Canada's Health Minister Announces Timeline for Legalizing Pot

At the United Nations General Assembly Special Assembly on drugs in New York on Wednesday, Canadian Minister of Health Jane Philpott reiterated the government’s promise to legalize marijuana, and offered a timeline for the plan as she addressed world deleg...

DC Council Votes to Ban Private Cannabis Clubs

Legalization advocates and members of the Council cried foul after the vote was scheduled hours before the first meeting of a public task force established to study the issue

Illinois Senate Approves Marijuana Decriminalization Bill, Chances of Becoming Law Are Good

Illinois is on the verge of passing legislation this session that will allow the average stoner to freely possess small amounts of marijuana without facing criminal charges.  

Maine Could Be 1st State to OK Medical Pot to Treat Addicts

Maine could become the first state to add addiction to opioid prescriptions and illegal narcotics like heroin to its list of conditions that qualify for medical marijuana.

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