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Obama Administration Dances Around Marijuana Legalization

“Political language is designed to make lies sound truthful and murder respectable, and to give an appearance of solidity to pure wind.” George Orwell Americans shared a combination of shock and exuberance when President Obama made his statement to The New Yorker in regard to alcohol being more dangerous than marijuana. This raised many questions Read More…

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Woman Charged With Child Endangerment for Curing Her Son’s Seizers With Cannabis Oil

Imagine a young child lying awake consumed with pain. Seizures that clench the teeth, headaches that shut the world out. Reaching for a loved one, someone, anyone to make the pain stop. Just when it seems to be over the muscle spasms reminding that conditions like these do not end, but seem to intensify with Read More…

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Michael Brown and the Marijuana Defamation 

With every passing day, the Marijuana Movement and its renewal of personal freedom and constitutional focus is awakening the voice of the masses. This revival of founding American principles is scaring those financially invested in maintaining the country’s complacent and stagnant status quo. As many are beginning to see, a lot more is riding on Read More…

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Marijuana Freedom Trial Recap: Day 1 & 2

Throughout this cannabis revolution, there have been many pivotal moments that awakened the people’s voice, but none so important as the hearing currently under deliberation. This is a very important time for the Marijuana Movement. This hearing will decide if cannabis should remain under the outrageous classification of Schedule I drugs or begin the transformation Read More…

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Marijuana on Trial for Freedom: The Hearing of Cannabis and the Schedule One Placement

  On the 27th of October a hearing will be held in California to determine whether cannabis should remain on the schedule one substance restricted list. Information will come to light that many have known since the substance was inducted: the classification of cannabis as a schedule one substance is unjustified, and that is has Read More…