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Oregon is giving away free marijuana to celebrate legalization of the drug

OREGON — Starting July 1, it will be legal for adults 21 or older to possess and use recreational marijuana in Oregon. Residents can grow up to 4 plants per residence, as long as they are out of public view. 46 more words

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Presidential candidate Rand Paul in Denver to court marijuana industry donors

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DENVER — Presidential hopeful Rand Paul will be in Denver on Tuesday for a fundraiser at the three-day Cannabis Business Summit at the Colorado Convention Center. 59 more words

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Recreational pot and the workplace: Q&A on Oregon's new marijuana law

July 1 is nearly upon us, the day Oregon’s voter-approved recreational marijuana law starts taking effect.

If you’re an employee, you may be wondering where your rights to smoke begin and end. 54 more words

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Bobby Jindal signs marijuana bills that reform criminal penalties, medical marijuana access

Gov. Bobby Jindal on Monday signed two bills that in one year represent more progress on reforming marijuana laws than the state has made in the 24 years since legalizing medical marijuana in 1991. 69 more words

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Where are medical marijuana dispensaries in Oregon? Hint: Starbucks are about as common (interactive map)

Wednesday marks the day that it becomes legal for adults in Oregon to possess marijuana. But we’ve already seen a big change when it involves one facet of the legal cannabis business: medical marijuana dispensaries. 40 more words

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Cannabis Church won't have marijuana at first service Wednesday

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“Cast the first stone,” from the biblical verse John 8:7, is seen, at left, in front of The First Church of Cannabis, Tuesday, June 23, 2015. 84 more words

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Minnesota Takes Half Step Toward Legalizing Marijuana

Minnesota eased a statewide ban on medical marijuana products Wednesday, approving the use of pills and oils for seriously ill patients, while upholding a ban on products that can be smoked.Under the new law, users will be able to use liquid and pill extracts of marijuana plants, provided they are suffering from serious conditions such as epilepsy, HIV and cancer, … 18 more words

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