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  • Marijuana Helps Stop Seizures

    Marijuana Helps Stop Seizures

      Medical Cannabis Helps Stop Seizures in Children Medical cannabis is becoming increasingly accepted as an effective treatment for a variety of medical conditions.  Marijuana has been notably identified as an anti-seizure, particularly in relation to children with conditions like epilepsy, and Dravet, Doose, or Lennox-Gastaut syndromes. These conditions bring on dangerous seizures that can severely impact quality of life.  They can also be fatal.  As a result, due to the overwhelming harmful side-effects from other prescription drugs, more and [...]

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  • Feds Cannot Hire Hackers Because They All Use Marijuana

    Feds Cannot Hire Hackers Because They All Use Marijuana

    “I have to hire a great work force to compete with those cyber criminals and some of those kids want to smoke weed on the way to the interview.” Update 5/21/14: After being chastised for his comments about marijuana by Senator Jeff Sessions (R-Ala.), FBI director Comey told those in attendance at a senate hearing on the bureau’s oversight that he was just kidding. “I am absolutely dead set against using marijuana,” he said at the hearing, “I don’t want [...]

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  • Texas: Medical Cannabis Bill Supported by Majority of House, Moves Forward

    Texas: Medical Cannabis Bill Supported by Majority of House, Moves Forward

    UPDATE: After a big bipartisan push on and off the House floor Friday, Public Health Committee Chair Four Price, R-Amarillo, called an impromptu meeting to vote on HB 2107 just before 5 p.m. The bill passed 7-2, with Price and Representative Stephanie Klick, R-Fort Worth, opposing. The measure now advances to the calendars committee, where Chair Todd Hunter, R-Corpus Christi, can schedule the bill for debate on the House floor. The House has until May 11 to consider the legislation. ORIGINAL [...]

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  • Iowa: Medical Marijuana Bill Passes Senate 45-5

    Iowa: Medical Marijuana Bill Passes Senate 45-5

    A wide-ranging bill authorizing the use of medical marijuana for ailments from cancer to post-traumatic stress disorder was passed Monday night by the Iowa Senate, although it’s unlikely to win approval in the Iowa House. Senate File 506 was passed on a 45-5 vote. It would allow for patients with a range of medical conditions to obtain a medical cannabis registration card after receiving written approval from a doctor. The card would enable a patient to obtain medical marijuana from a dispensary in Iowa. It would legalize the production and distribution of medical [...]

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  • Dallas Texas Passes Cite-and-Release for Marijuana Possession

    Dallas Texas Passes Cite-and-Release for Marijuana Possession

    The Dallas City Council on Wednesday approved a “cite-and-release” program to ticket people who have fewer than 4 ounces of pot and who are not alleged to have committed any other crime. The policy will take effect Oct. 1. The 10-5 vote was a reversal for the council. Last year, the same group of members rejected the policy by a 10-5 vote, partially on the recommendation of then-Police Chief David Brown. Police commanders backed off this time, although the Dallas [...]

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  • New TSA Policy Prohibits Medical Marijuana on Flights

    New TSA Policy Prohibits Medical Marijuana on Flights

    New changes to the Transportation Security Administration’s (TSA) website said it was OK to fly with medical cannabis, then they changed their minds. On April 5, TSA replaced its “Prohibited Items” page with a new “What Can I Bring?” page.  This new section on medical marijuana initially said it was OK for patients to bring medical marijuana in a carry-on, or checked, bag.  But it appears they immediately changed their position, or made a mistake somewhere. “There was an error [...]

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  • Willie Nelson’s New Line of Marijuana Strains, Willie’s Reserve

    Willie Nelson’s New Line of Marijuana Strains, Willie’s Reserve

    Willie’s Reserve Willie’s Reserve was one of the first celebrity brands of cannabis as well we as being one of the first connoisseur brands. It carries the name and branding power of the legendary-musician and, “Red-headed Stranger,” Willie Nelson. The Willie’s Reserve product range includes gram, one-eighth, and quarter-ounce sizes of marijuana flower. There are also gram and half-gram pre-rolled joints, as well as, disposable vape pens and standard vape pen cartridges with CO2-extracted cannabis concentrates. Marijuana infused chocolates are [...]

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  • Trump Admin Threatens Crackdown on Recreational Marijuana

    Trump Admin Threatens Crackdown on Recreational Marijuana

    White House press secretary Sean Spicer on Thursday suggested the Trump administration will step up enforcement of federal laws against recreational marijuana. “I do believe that you’ll see greater enforcement,” Spicer said, while adding the exact policy is “a question for the Department of Justice.” It’s the latest sign President Trump is poised to take a tougher approach than the Obama Justice Department did in states that have legalized the use of recreational marijuana. Attorney General Jeff Sessions was coy [...]

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  • Texas State Rep Submits Bill to Decriminalize Marijuana

    Texas State Rep Submits Bill to Decriminalize Marijuana

    Thursday morning, Texas state Representative Joe Moody, surrounded by police officers and a retired judge, took a lectern at the Texas Capitol to argue for something he’s pushed hard for over the last two legislative sessions — the decriminalization of marijuana possession. “This discussion about marijuana policy in Texas has come a very long way in the last couple of years,” Moody said Thursday. “I think that our constituents and the people we represent want to see a reform in our [...]

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