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A well-known medical marijuana researcher at the University of Arizona says a study she's been planning for four years has cost her her job.
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An addict craves drugs the way most people crave food, water and sex. That's because the parts of the brain that remind you to eat, drink and repopulate the species are the same portions that drugs attack.
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The cheapest, most effective way to reduce the number of addicts in Ohio seems like the most obvious -- stop children from using drugs.
U.S. Sen. Michael Bennet and U.S. Rep. Ed Perlmutter are asking the Internal Revenue Service to waive penalties levied on marijuana businesses for paying taxes in cash.
Seattle City Attorney Pete Holmes acknowledges he broke a drug-free workplace rule when he brought marijuana back to his office after buying on the first day of legal sales in Washington state.
In Florida, liberal Democratic Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz is portrayed as the unlikely villain, a politician willing to send sick marijuana-using patients to prison.
It may interest you to know that the price of a children's book hasn't wavered much at all in the... Years ago, my father said to me, 'Son, when the day comes that you find that special girl and you... Marijuana plants grow inside the Medicine Man store in Denver on Monday, Jan. 6, 2014.
The leader of the Ohio House says two bipartisan panels will study the issues of drugs and unemployment compensation debt this summer.
Sobriety coaches have reportedly aided Lindsay Lohan, Matthew Perry and Owen Wilson in the past.
Gov. Mark Dayton on Thursday appointed 16 members to a task force that will study the impact of the state's new medical marijuana law.
Kentucky State Police are preparing for helicopter flights this summer to check rural areas of the state for marijuana plants.
A San Antonio gang member has been sentenced to 40 years in prison for pushing crack cocaine and trying to smuggle guns to a Mexican drug cartel.
Just ask the man who claims to be among the first in the state to buy weed legally.
Steve Zabawa, the Billings car-dealership owner who proposed the measure, told Lee Newspapers of Montana he thinks the initiative's backers collected too few signatures.
Officials are trying to contain what they're calling a substantial leak from a saltwater pipeline on an Indian reservation in North Dakota.
Colorado's pot regulators issued what is believed to be the world's first post-legalization market study for the weed on Wednesday.
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