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DC Legalizes Pot in Capital, Despite Threats from Congress

Despite last-minute threats from Republican leaders in Congress, the District of Columbia moved forward Thursday with legalizing possession of marijuana.

Cannabusiness: Women Take to Capitol Hill and Weigh in on Pot Legalization

Seventy-six smartly-dressed women from Women Grow, a national network of female marijuana entrepreneurs, lobbied nearly 100 congressional representatives on Capitol Hill this week. Their issues included tax reform and access to banking, two crucial elements to the le...

Chaos D.C.: Marijuana Becomes Legal Next Week Without Regulations

The District of Columbia’s recently passed voter Initiative 71, which legalized the cultivation, possession and use of marijuana in the nation’s capital, has nearly survived its 30-day congressional review and the new law is set to take effect within next week...

DC Council Will Hold Hearings Over Proposed Cannabis Industry

A recent report indicates that Washington D.C. officials are planning to hold a series of public hearings next month aimed at discussing legislation that would allow the presence of retail pot shops in the nation’s capital.

DC Anti-Pot Campaign Broke the Law Trying to Prevent Legal Weed

A coalition opposing legal cannabis in Washington D.C. was involved in fraudulent activities during its feeble attempt to shut down Initiative 71. A recent report by The DCist indicates that the organization TIE D.C. or Two is Enough, D.C., whose anti-marijuana ...

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