YOU, own the patent on pot!
Our government, the United States of America, owns patent #6,630,507. This is very remarkable. On one hand marijuana is a Schedule I drug. This means that it supposedly has no medicinal value. On the the other hand, we the people of this great country, OWN a patent that proves IT DOES HAVE medicinal value.
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Court: Marijuana law doesn't give DUI immunity
In December 2011, Travis Lance Darrah, a medical marijuana user, was charged with two counts of DUI, one based on impairment and the other based on the presence of marijuana or its metabolite in his system. A jury acquitted him of driving while ...
Medical marijuana licenses don't protect you from getting a DUI, court rules
Medical marijuana users can face DUI charges even if they are unimpaired
Putting Marijuana DUI in Perspective
War on marijuana unconstitutional, doctors testify in federal court Monday
The U.S. government claims marijuana is a dangerous, addictive drug with no medical benefits. But that claim will be up for debate Monday in California when a federal judge is scheduled to hear testimony from doctors that conclude the opposite. Doctors ...
Election 2014: Putting the Marijuana Initiatives Over the Top
Marijuana Legalization: Doctors Argue War on Pot Has 'No Footing in Reality'
Federal Judge: Should Marijuana Be Classified As One Of The Nation's Most ...
NBC 6 South Florida
Morgan, Sheriff Gualtieri debate over legalizing marijuana
Morgan has been traveling the state on a Yes On 2 bus, making stops around the state, arguing legalizing medical marijuana is the right thing to do. He made the news earlier this month when he was videotaped a Polk County bar, drunk and cursing about ...
Florida medical marijuana debate (Part 2)
Final 2014 Debate Addressed Medical Marijuana
Martin County leaders take precautions over medical marijuana vote
Marijuana-infused candy raises Colo. Halloween concerns
1 legalized the sale of recreational pot, and foods like chocolates, mints and gummy bears infused with marijuana quickly became best-sellers, accounting for as much as 45% of sales at some pot shops. But once unwrapped, the candies are hard to tell ...
Colorado's Edible Marijuana Civil War
Parent Shares Concerns About Marijuana In Halloween Candy
Summit County marijuana shops react to proposed limits on edibles
Oregon marijuana legalization opponent admits he was wrong about children ...
The Oregonian - OregonLive.com
After Schwerzler retracted his claim, Peter Zuckerman, a spokesman for the Yes on 91 campaign, called it "yet another example of how opponents of marijuana reform have for 70 years been using misinformation and scare tactics" to keep the drug illegal.
Washington Post (blog)
No, marijuana use doesn't lower your IQ
Washington Post (blog)
A 2012 Duke University study made international headlines when it purported to find a link between heavy marijuana use and IQ decline among teenagers. Other researchers questioned the findings almost immediately: Columbia University's Carl Hart noted ...
Seniors in Laguna Woods Village are craving medical marijuana
Los Angeles Times
A marijuana dispensary. As cities throughout California fight to limit cannabis outlets, residents and leaders in the south Orange County seniors-only village of around 16,400 have pushed for a pot shop and joined collectives by the hundreds. The ...
Seattle sends 330 warning letters to medical marijuana shops: Time's running out
The time bomb … uh … the clock is running for medical marijuana shops in Seattle. And a lot — maybe even more than ever (marijuana-wise) — is riding on the sagacious, elect few who've been chosen to guide our state and make its laws. The punchline: ...
Mainers look to Colorado for lessons learned on marijuana legalization
LEWISTON, Maine (NEWS CENTER) -- Two weeks from today, voters in South Portland and Lewiston will have their voices heard on ordinances that would legalize the use and possession of marijuana by adults 21 and over. The ordinances are similar to ...
Colorado advocate warns of marijuana 'commercialization'
Christian Science Monitor
Despite de Blasio's Promise, Marijuana Arrests Persist in New York
New York Times
With a summons for marijuana possession to settle, Anthony was waiting outside the courthouse in Kew Gardens, Queens, when the doors opened at 9 on Tuesday morning. That summons had frozen his life since a police officer handed it to him on a ...
New mayor, same old story: New York still marijuana arrest capital
NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio Continues the Marijuana Arrests He Called 'Unjust and ...
NYPD Still Strictly Enforcing Marijuana Laws Despite de Blasio Pledge