Why Cannabis Is A Medication That’s Worth Legalizing

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Chronic pain is a large problem.  Not only does 1/3 America suffer from it, but because the pain is both subjective and personal, it has been very difficult to treat. In fact, until the 1990s, it went largely under treated until opioid prescriptions began to rapidly increase. Today, we have an epidemic. But, while marijuana Read the full article…

Infographic: Cannabis Vs. Opioids

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Cannabis has been used to treat ailments since 4000 BC. Despite its abilities to offer relief for those in pain, this drug became demonized and criminalized beginning in the early 20th century. Conversely, in the 1990s, opioid prescriptions took off, leading to an epidemic of dependency and overdoses. Until this time, chronic pain was severely Read the full article…

How Many Legal Marijuana States Are There, Really? Radical Russ Shows Us

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We like to keep count in the cannabis community.  We like to gather in groups and exchange the latest market statistics, popular opinion poll or ballot results.  One of the most basic statistics is legality, so you’d think we had a handle on that one.  Just how many “legal marijuana states” are there? As Bill Clinton Read the full article…

Marijuana Lessons For Canada: USA vs Portugal vs Netherlands

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CANADA: Canada’s new government has promised to legalize marijuana in 2016, but until that happens, you can still get charged for possession, growing or selling marijuana. All these activities are currently illegal and possible penalties, if you get convicted, range from a small fine to getting a criminal record. The case’s outcome depends on whether you Read the full article…

Philadelphia Council Considers A Fine, Not Arrest For Pot

"An arrest is a very traumatic experience for people, especially if it's the first time and you're a kid," Kenney told NBC10.com. "There's a lot of interactions that go wrong with an arrest -- the person could get hurt, the officer could get hurt."

PENNSYLVANIA:  If a Philadelphia councilman gets his way, smoking a joint will cost you cash, but won’t land you in handcuffs. A hearing is scheduled for Monday morning in Philadelphia City Council where testimony will be given about Councilman Jim Kenney’s proposed bill that changes city laws about marijuana so that anyone possessing a small amount wouldn’t be Read the full article…