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Comanche County Oklahoma Looks To Give Veteran Kristoffer Lewandowski Ten To Life For Six Cannabis Plants

Sponsored By Marine Veteran Kristoffer Lewandowski is facing ten years to life in prison for growing six cannabis plants Lewandowski did three tours with the United States Marine Corps The Veteran tried cannabis for to help with his PTSD and replace his prescriptions Lewandowski’s grow was very small and the plants were on the verge of dying While the majority ...

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Registered Caregiver Mark Pedersen Faces Severe Charges For Legally Producing Cannabis Oil in Colorado

Registered caregiver Mark Pedersen is facing severe charges for legally producing cannabis oil in Colorado Pedersen has dedicated his life to making cannabis therapy safe and accessible One of Pedersen’s patients was Jack Splitt who became known for being the face of “Jack’s Law” Splitt passed away on August 24, 2016 and local law enforcement used his death as a ...

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Jeff Sessions Versus Legal Cannabis: What Everyone Needs to Know Now

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Attorney General Jeff Sessions has contradicted himself on cannabis policy He’s called cannabis “only slightly less awful” than heroin. A bigger industry than the dot-com era hangs in the balance. Sessions’ fondness for the drug war could again fill courts and prisons. Judging by headlines over the past months, Attorney General Jeff Sessions and the Trump administration seem to have ...

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U.K.’s Cassiobury Court is speaking about pot laws… and the U.S. needs to listen

One of the United Kingdom’s most prominent substance abuse treatment centers has published an infographic that America needs to see. After watching many U.S. states legalize cannabis over the last five years, U.K. based Cassiobury Court has decided to publish their inspiring graphical ‘cost-benefit’ analysis they performed regarding the legalization of cannabis in the United Kingdom. Cassiobury Court closely studied ...

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DEA decides to make CBDs and cannabis extracts a Schedule 1

The DEA has placed CBDs and cannabis extracts in the Schedule 1 drug category Anybody living in a state with no medicinal or recreational cannabis laws will no longer have access to CBDs and extracts Licensed cannabis handlers have 30-days to refile their paperwork to include CBDs and extracts CBDs are primarily used for medicinal purposes known for helping with ...

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Denver allows cannabis in bars and restaurants with Proposition 300

Denver just voted in Proposition 300 Prop 300 allows bars and restaurants to apply for permission to let their patrons use cannabis Smoking will not be allowed, but outside smoking areas are a possibility Currently, in Denver, you can receive a citation for public consumption if caught using cannabis in public Denver appears to be continuing to stay ahead of ...

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