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How To Use Marijuana In Public Housing Without Issue

If you are part of the two million people who live in public housing, your situation isn't that much different than those living in apartments or rental houses across the country.

Twista Explains How Young Black Men Will Flourish Thanks To Marijuana...

In a recent interview with VLAD TV, Twista said how thrilled he is on the positive impact marijuana legalization will make on young, black men.

Zero Tolerance For Weed Means Some Hoosiers Could Go To Jail...

Perhaps the most significant risk is coming away with a charge for “driving under the influence of drugs” (DUID).

How To Not Get Busted Smuggling Marijuana Into A Prohibition State

You’ve got to know that it is considered federal drug trafficking to smuggle any amount of marijuana across state lines.

VIDEO: How To Recognize Cannabis Use Disorder And Marijuana Addiction

Generally speaking, Cannabis Use Disorder is when someone is dependent upon marijuana and feels some withdrawal symptoms when quitting.

Sorry, But New York Probably Won’t Legalize Marijuana This Year

NY Gov. Andrew Cuomo confessed this week that he doesn’t have the votes in the State Senate to push legalization forward.

Illinois To Become The 11th State To Legalize Recreational Marijuana

Legislation from Illinois marks the first time a state has legalized commercial marijuana sales through the legislature instead of voter initiative.

6 Best Places To Live If You Want To Use Medical...

Medical marijuana in this country is all over the place. But fortunately, the folks at Americans for Safe Access have released a detailed analysis of the situation in order to identify the best medical marijuana programs in the nation.

What States Will Legalize Marijuana In 2019?

Which states will be the next to make a move on marijuana legalization as we ready ourselves for a new year? Here's our predictions.

Is Illinois Next To Tackle Adult-Use Marijuana Legalization?

According to a recent report, the state would be better off with legal weed, which would create 24,000 jobs and generate more than $500 million in state and local tax revenue.