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Vancouver plans to outlaw illegal marijuana 'vapour lounges'

Neil Blake does a lap of the bar, bumping fists with friends and cracking jokes, before sidling up to a vaporizer for a "dab" of wax so concentrated with pot's psychoactive ingredient that he likens it to smoking a whole joint in one breath.

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Jun 21, 2015 04:48 (GMT)

Medical Marijuana Patients Are Getting Fired - And There's Not Much They Can Do About It | VICE News

If the Brandon Coats court case had turned out differently, Dr. Margaret Gedde's medical marijuana patients would have been talking about it. But he lost. So they said nothing. It was what they all feared anyway, Gedde said.

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Jun 21, 2015 04:49 (GMT)

Delaware decriminalized marijuana this week: Here are the states that may be next

Delaware Gov. Jack Markell signed a bill Thursday that decriminalized marijuana use, and a host of ballot measures and legislative initiatives could push other states closer to decriminalization or legalization before the year is over.

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Jun 21, 2015 04:50 (GMT)
Jun 21, 2015 04:50 (GMT)

How an Ohio Ballot Measure Could Create a Marijuana Monopoly

COLUMBUS, Ohio - Thousands of hastily scribbled signatures fill boxes in the basement of Ian James' 7,800-square-foot restored Victorian home in the historic Franklin Park neighborhood. James needs these names to win a place on Ohio's November ballot for a measure to legalize medical and recreational marijuana.

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Jun 21, 2015 04:51 (GMT)

A huge new study finds that medical marijuana doesn't "send the wrong message" to kids

Since the 1970s, advocates of an aggressive drug war have maintained that any liberalization of drug laws would " send the wrong message" to kids and increase adolescent drug use. This claim has been asserted repeatedly particularly in the debate over medical marijuana laws.

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Jun 21, 2015 04:51 (GMT)

The Colorado Supreme Court Says Smoking Weed Can Still Get You Fired | VICE | United States

Colorado State Supreme Court in Denver. Photo via Flickr user Jeffrey Beall In 2010, a 30-year-old quadriplegic man named Brandon Coats was fired from his gig as a telephone operator with Dish Network in Colorado after failing a random drug test -even though he had a prescription for the drug under the state's medical pot law.

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Jun 21, 2015 04:52 (GMT)
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