|Not in Norco, or you may get Narco’d.|
Norco, Calif., is proposing a local law against selling drug paraphernalia.
|Photo: Matt Wright, Wikimedia Commons|
|Denver is now collecting 3.9 percent tax on medical marijuana sales.|
The Mile High City started collecting sales tax on medical marijuana today.
|Nugs like this Purple Kush beauty could be legal for medical use if Pennsylvania legislators show some leadership.|
A public hearing on legalizing medical marijuana is scheduled for Wednesday, Dec. 2, in Harrisburg, Pa., before the House Health and Human Services committee.
|Artwork by Jim Wheeler|
|Medical marijuana patients win another battle in San Diego|
The manager of a San Diego medical marijuana dispensary was acquitted today of five charges of possessing and selling marijuana for profit.
|Maine is one of only three states — along with Rhode Island and New Mexico — authorizing state-run marijuana dispensaries.|
A new task force is studying how, when and where medical marijuana will be distributed in Maine, WABI TV 5 reports.
A newly surfaced home movie shows movie icon Marilyn Monroe apparently smoking marijuana, according to Reuters.
|Federal pot policy is based on 70-year-old superstitions.|
Why does the U.S. federal government keep pushing outdated lies about marijuana’s health consequences and potential for addiction?
|“Jephthath’s Sacrifice” by Maciejowski (c. 1250)|
|If you sell pot on the Gaza Strip, be careful or you could lose your head.|
Selling pot can now officially get you killed in Gaza City — by the government, that is.
|Attorneys Bob Hoban (left) and Rob Corry, joined by patients, speak at a news conference today about the CannaMart lawsuit.|
Four medical marijuana patients and two caregivers in Centennial, Colo., have announced a lawsuit against the city for forcing the closure of CannaMart, a pot dispensary, Westword reports.
|Photo: Coaster420, Wikimedia Commons|
|Wisconsin medical marijuana users are closer than they’ve ever been to that first legal bowl.|
Lawmakers and marijuana advocacy groups are pushing for Wisconsin to join the 13 other states where medical marijuana is legal. Bills to do so were introduced last week in the Senate and Assembly.