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Nevada Gov. To Pardon Tens Of Thousands Of Marijuana Convictions

If passed, a new resolution introduced by Gov. Steve Sisolak will provide an unconditional pardon for anyone convicted of possessing less than one ounce of marijuana.

Portland Plans To Stop Using Marijuana Tax Revenue To Fund Police

According to the Oregon Cannabis Association, police budgets received more than $2 million from marijuana tax proceeds last year.

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The New Stoner: It’s Okay To Admit You Are One

It’s no big deal anymore if you admit to getting high.