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But the study should not serve as evidence for or against legalization.
"More frequent marijuana use generally predicted less frequent IPV for both men and women over the first 9 years of marriage
The Quinnipiac survey was conducted from March 5-10 among 1,311 registered Iowa voters. Backing for medical marijuana cuts
But Mason Tvert, communications director for the Marijuana Policy Project and key player in the Yes on 64 effort in Colorado
In 1972, 10 Canadian women were brought together to live under one roof and smoke pot every day, all part of a million-dollar
Chris Walsh and Troy Dayton join Ahmed to discuss the projected 6 billion dollars to be made in marijuana sales.
"Everybody's loosening up a lot because they realize the momentum has shifted and the financial world is going to have to
Findings from a working discussion paper that links medical marijuana with a reduction in alcohol crash fatalities, published as part of an online discussion series -- not a peer-reviewed study in a scientific journal -- are being reported as scientific fact by a surprising number of top newspapers.
As SF Weekly commented in their coverage of the study, "In other words, medical marijuana patients, they are us." The study
While 1% may not seem like a lot, the report claims that smoking one single Cannabis joint is equivalent to running a 100