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  • Veteran Volunteers
  • Veteran Volunteers

    Sue Sisley’s study of marijuana treatment for PTSD seeks subjects
      Sue Sisley’s research on the efficacy of medical marijuana treatment for post-traumatic stress disorder in veterans has finally begun.
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  • High Horses
  • High Horses

    Arizona lawmakers seek greater control over marijuana and ballot initiatives
      It seems too much pot is giving Republican state lawmakers an identity crisis as they keep trying to pass greater regulation on the Arizona marijuana industry.
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  • Sticky Situation
  • Sticky Situation

    Attorney General nominee shows surprising support for marijuana legalization
      If you've felt like nothing has surprised you after a week of Donald Trump's presidency, here's a curve ball out of alt-right field.
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  • Parental Guidance
  • Parental Guidance

    How to talk to you parents about pot
      When my mother caught my little brother smoking pot in the basement—proof that I'd failed to educate him on the clandestine tactics of smoking in your parents' house—she broke down in tears.
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  • Pre-rolled Legislation
  • Pre-rolled Legislation

    Pot bills get another shot at becoming law
      The Arizona Legislature kicked off its 53rd session last week, bringing with it the possibility for some changes to the state's marijuana laws.
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  • Cash the Crops
  • Cash the Crops

    Estimates peg marijuana as California’s biggest cash crop
      Recreational marijuana has proved to be a boon for states that have legalized it, and this year four states will add that bounty to their budget.
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  • High Gear
  • High Gear

    Arizona Court of Appeals rules against marijuana DUIs
      More good news out of the courts this week as the Arizona Court of Appeals ruled that the presence of marijuana in one's system may not constitute driving under the influence nor merit subsequent charges.
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  • Up In Smoke
  • Up In Smoke

    Arizona Court of Appeals burns through anti-MMJ lawsuit
      Bill Montgomery is at it again. This time the wayward Maricopa County attorney is going after Arizona's medical marijuana program in the court of law.
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  • Puff Daddies
  • Puff Daddies

    Marijuana use down among teens, up among their parents
      For the first time since 2002, people aged 35 to 44 are more likely to use marijuana regularly than Americans aged 12 to 17, the Center for Disease Control and Prevention discovered in October.
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  • Boom and Bust
  • Boom and Bust

    Arizona pot sales set to soar while opioid manufactures face court date
  • What Are They Smoking?
  • What Are They Smoking?

    Highlighting inconsistencies in the anti-pot rhetoric of the right
  • High Hopes for High Times
  • High Hopes for High Times

    Arizona continues efforts towards legal marijuana
      >The failure of Prop 205 may have been a sobering realization for some, but others still have high hopes for the future of marijuana in Arizona.
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  • Roll Out
  • Roll Out

    New attorney general could mean “no more smoke” Sessions
      While many are still reeling from election night's results, some of that dizzying effect may owe itself to new marijuana laws in eight states. Only one state didn't pass its marijuana ballot measure, and we all already know who it is.
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  • High Cost
  • High Cost

    Lawsuits against the state question the cost of MMJ patient and caregiver cards
  • Oregon Congressman: Legalize It!
  • Oregon Congressman: Legalize It!

      "It becomes a cycle, where unless we do something to break that cycle, these kids aren't going to have the same opportunities as their white counterparts."
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  • Fact Checks!
  • Fact Checks!

    Legalization Props: Part two
      We're two weeks out from the Nov. 8 election and the Arizonans for Responsible Drug Policy have been kicking their "No on 205" campaign into high gear with a slew of ads filled with misleading information and flat out lies to dissuade voters from passing a law that would be part of any real responsible drug policy.
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  • Puff or Pass
  • Puff or Pass

    How Prop 205 stacks up against green-lit initiatives
      Thousands of vehement voters received early ballots in the mail last week, marking the beginning of the Nov. 8 election, and perhaps the only question bigger than if the Trump brand train wreck is enough to turn Arizona blue is whether or not the state will turn green.
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  • Dispensary Distribution
  • Dispensary Distribution

    Just before Prop 205 goes before voters, new dispensary licenses are approved making way for more MJ
      The Arizona Department of Health Services announced 31 new dispensary licenses last week, bringing the total number of Arizona dispensaries to 130 a month before Prop 205 appears on the November ballot.
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  • Presidential Potential
  • Presidential Potential

    The future of weed may rest in this election season’s presidential candidates
      With legalization efforts poppinge up around the country, it might seem like recreational marijuana is certainly on its way to being a national norm. However, current medical and recreational marijuana policies only exist by the grace of the federal government.
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  • Prop 205: Let’s Make a Deal
  • Prop 205: Let’s Make a Deal

    Will Arizonans make a deal to sacrifice regulatory concerns to eliminate the majority of marijuana felony arrests?
      Prop 205 trudges towards the ballot amidst mounting concerns from critics.
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