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News Brief: Michigan Elects Anti-Pot AG

Medical marijuana was legalized in Michigan in 2008, thanks to Proposal 1, a ballot initiative that allowed patients to use medical cannabis if authorized by their physician. After last week’s election, however, that could change. Why? Because come January Bill … Continue reading

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Arizona Voters Say No to Medical Marijuana

It’s probably not a surprise that Arizona’s Proposition 203, the ballot measure that would have legalized the use of medical marijuana there, has failed. What may be a surprise is that the vote was close – really close: 50.25% to … Continue reading

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California’s Proposition 19 Defeated

California voters decided yesterday that it was not yet time to legalize the adult possession of small quantities of marijuana for private use, or to allow local governments to regulate the commercial production or distribution of marijuana. With 94% of … Continue reading

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Medical Marijuana on the Ballot in Six States next Month

While the big news in medical marijuana – or marijuana in general – seems to be centered in California, the reality is that there are fourteen states that already have medical marijuana laws in place, and there are six states … Continue reading

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