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Marijuana Lawsuits Cost Missouri $1.3 Million With No Medical Sales Yet

The money was supposed to fund veteran programs but instead Missouri is burning through cash to defend itself in court.

Clint Eastwood Confirms He’s Not Quitting Movies To Sell Cannabis

Notoriously protective of his image, Eastwood is suing these companies for fake news articles, manipulating metadata, and alleging he quit moviemaking to promote cannabis.

Lawsuits Are Targeting CBD Companies For False Advertising

Customers feeling cheated by CBD are suing some of the largest companies in the industry.

Don’t Taint My Grapes: Wine Producers Worried Nearby Marijuana Plants Will Ruin Crops

A racketeering lawsuit against local marijuana farmers could have significant outcomes for the cannabis industry. But do the wine growers have a point?

Federal Judge To Government: Marijuana Clearly Saves People’s Lives

Last July, several medical marijuana users sued the federal government. While cannabis is legalized in some form in 30 states across the country, it remains a federally illegal substance classified as a Schedule I drug.

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