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Government Employee Gets Job Back After Being Fired for MMJ Use

A senior programmer and systems analyst in Lane County, Oregon is getting his job back after being fired for his medical marijuana use.

Police Hit Toronto with New Round of Dispensary Raids

Toronto police raided more cannabis dispensaries on Thursday—a sequel to last month's "Project Claudia." Raids were reported on the Cannabis Culture and Canna Clinic dispensaries, both in the herb-friendly Yonge Street are...

UN World Drug Report Shows Cannabis Use and Acceptance Continues to Grow

The 2016 World Drug Report by the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNDOC) released yesterday, shortly after April's UN General Assembly Special Session (UNGASS) on the world drug problem, provides a global overview of the supply and demand of opiates, co...

Mexico Will Not Legalize Medical Marijuana Anytime Soon

Although Mexico President Enrique Peña Nieto seemed hell-bent on legalizing medical marijuana earlier this year, a recent report from Vice News suggests that all of the noise surrounding the possibility of major drug reforms in a nation, wh...

Portland Commissioner Seeks to Expunge Prior Weed Convictions with Pot Tax

Starting next year, Oregon will decrease its current 25 percent tax on recreational pot to 17 percent, with an option for cities and counties to collect up to an additional 3 percent more in taxes, if voters agree.

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