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California’s Bay Area Sees First Marijuana Dispensary Billboard

Drivers in California’s Bay Area may notice a black billboard with the words Magnolia Oakland in large green font.  If they look a bit closer, they’ll notice something new: Openly advertising a cannabis dispensary on a highway billboard.

The Top Five Marijuana Data Points of 2014

The year 2014 may be looked back on as the watershed for nationwide legalization of marijuana hit the tipping point. Aside from marijuana becoming legalized in two more states, here are five sets of data that seem to confirm that inevitability.

Colorado Funds Medical Marijuana Research, A First

Colorado awarded more than $8 million for medical marijuana research Wednesday, a step toward addressing complaints that little is known about pot's medical potential.

The Dangers of Fracking

Our existence depends on clean water. That’s why the fracking industry must be stopped. The state of New York, spearheaded by Governor Andrew Cuomo, just announced that fracking would be banned in the state citing massive health and environmental risks.

Cop Caught With 4lbs. of Weed Reportedly Won't Be Charged

One California police officer was caught with about four pounds of marijuana in his house and reportedly won't be charged.

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