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Safer Weed? Experts Call for Research to Reduce Marijuana’s Harms

By: Soft Secrets, March 7, 2017

As marijuana use becomes increasingly legal, researchers need to explore new ways to make the drug safer for people to use, experts argue in a new paper. The potential harms of using marijuana include memory problems, impaired coordination, addiction, paranoia and withdrawal symptoms.

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Those seeking employment may find a job with medical marijuana

By: Joshua, July 26, 2017

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) – While the health of patients is the main reason supporters are excited about medical marijuana in Arkansas, a growing...

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On Marijuana, Jeff Sessions is Facing a Tougher Opponent Than Trump

By: Joshua, July 25, 2017

Jeff Sessions is not having an easy ride at the moment. The attorney general’s boss, President Donald Trump, threw Sessions under the bus in...

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In The Era Of Legal Cannabis, CO Law Enforcement Is Reevaluating The Use Of Drug-Sniffing Dogs

By: Joshua, July 24, 2017

Drug-sniffing dogs have been an invaluable asset to law enforcement agencies across the country, but legal cannabis is beginning to change the way that...

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The University Of Vermont Is Offering Cannabis Education

By: Joshua, July 24, 2017

As the US government and various institutions across the country butt heads over the future of cannabis, the educational sector is set on improving...

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