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Born and raised in a small town in Arizona, Carly likes to spend her free time outdoors. She is currently attending Arizona State University and is looking forward to start traveling the world.

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Marijuana Legalization

Voters in Ohio shot down a legalization effort in November, marking the first big loss for reformers since last year, when Florida fell just shy of enacting medical marijuana. But the big picture remains rosy. Weed is now legal in five places within the borders of the United States: Colorado, Oregon, Alaska, Washington State, and the District of Columbia. The ...

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Federal medical marijuana policy alert

Marijuana Policy Project is getting supporters together to push the Paul/Booker medical marijuana amendment. Essentially, it will block the DEA from interfering with medical marijuana. The amendment passed in the House, and will now go to the Senate. MPP is asking for your help by calling your state’s senators and urging them to support this new policy. Read MPP’s full ...

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L.A. Closes 100 Pot Shops

Officials in Los Angeles have closed more than 100 medical marijuana dispensaries in the months since the city started regulating the shops, City Attorney Mike Feuer said March 10. Even so, the city may not be keeping pace with new shops opening every day. Feuer joined Police Chief Charlie Beck at a news conference, where they said the city has ...

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Future Of Medical Marijuana In California

A Marin County hospital could allow medical marijuana use.

California’s Current Marijuana Laws Medical marijuana is currently legal for certain individuals in California with certain restrictions. While medical marijuana patients are legally allowed to cultivate and process as much as 6 mature plants or 12 immature plants and 8 ounces of bud under California law, there are guidelines for being able to enjoy the privilege. Medical Marijuana Program The ...

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California’s Current Marijuana Laws

California’s Marijuana Possession Laws In California, the possession of marijuana was largely decriminalized on January 1, 2011. This date marked the passage of a law that essentially made the possession of 28.5 grams of marijuana or less a mere civil infraction. The only penalty for this offense is a $100 fine, although the fees added during the California legal process ...

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