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From STOPTHEDRUGWAR.ORG:
In a historic move, The US House of Representatives has approved an amendment to the Treasury Department appropriations bill barring the agency from spending any money to punish financial institutions that provide services to marijuana businesses where it is legal.  The House also recently passed an amendment prohibiting the DEA from undermining state medical marijuana laws, and passed two amendments prohibiting the DEA from interfering with state hemp laws.

From STOPTHEDRUGWAR.ORG:
In a historic move, The US House of Representatives has approved an amendment to the Treasury Department appropriations bill barring the agency from spending any money to punish financial institutions that provide services to marijuana businesses where it is legal. The House also recently passed an amendment prohibiting the DEA from undermining state medical marijuana laws, and passed two amendments prohibiting the DEA from interfering with state hemp laws.

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From Westword:
Hershey Company is filing lawsuits against two medical pot edibles manufacturers, TinctureBelle (Colorado) and Seattle Conscious Care Cooperative (Washington), for copyright infringement, claiming that their marijuana products are packaged in a way that will confuse consumers, including children.  Apparently, promoting childhood obesity and diabetes is not a problem for Hershey.

From Westword:
Hershey Company is filing lawsuits against two medical pot edibles manufacturers, TinctureBelle (Colorado) and Seattle Conscious Care Cooperative (Washington), for copyright infringement, claiming that their marijuana products are packaged in a way that will confuse consumers, including children. Apparently, promoting childhood obesity and diabetes is not a problem for Hershey.

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Despite opposition from a broad coalition of medical, public health, women’s rights, and social justice groups, Tennessee Governor Bill Haslam signed into law Senate Bill 1391, which criminalizes drug use during pregnancy.  Mothers can be charged with felony assault, and can spend up to fifteen years in prison in Tennessee.  In Tennessee, if you suffer from addiction or substance abuse, it is now a crime to carry a pregnancy to term.  One might even say that Senate Bill 1391 was born “addicted” to The War On Drugs.

Despite opposition from a broad coalition of medical, public health, women’s rights, and social justice groups, Tennessee Governor Bill Haslam signed into law Senate Bill 1391, which criminalizes drug use during pregnancy. Mothers can be charged with felony assault, and can spend up to fifteen years in prison in Tennessee. In Tennessee, if you suffer from addiction or substance abuse, it is now a crime to carry a pregnancy to term. One might even say that Senate Bill 1391 was born “addicted” to The War On Drugs.

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Minnesota parents protesting in support of medical marijuana have accused Governor Mark Dayton of using them for political cover by inviting them into the Governor’s mansion so that he might appear sympathetic to the plight of their severely sick children; yet he states he still intends to veto the very medical marijuana bill they sought, and he has blamed them for not accepting his compromise offer of a $2 million dollar, taxpayer-funded study on medical marijuana.

Minnesota parents protesting in support of medical marijuana have accused Governor Mark Dayton of using them for political cover by inviting them into the Governor’s mansion so that he might appear sympathetic to the plight of their severely sick children; yet he states he still intends to veto the very medical marijuana bill they sought, and he has blamed them for not accepting his compromise offer of a $2 million dollar, taxpayer-funded study on medical marijuana.

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