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(TruthSeekerDaily) Even though legal retail marijuana sales will begin in January in Denver, city officials are doing their best to preemptively rein in pot use with a new proposed law that would, among other restrictions, make it illegal to smoke pot if your neighbors can smell it.  The Denver Post reports that the law [PDF] clarifies… Read More


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(TruthSeekerDaily) The study, published in Drug and Alcohol Dependence, found that levels of THC—marijuana’s active ingredient— were higher by an average of 15% immediately after users exercised. Although it’s been known for years that THC is stored in fat and can sometimes cause positive tests weeks after a person has last smoked it, the study is the first… Read More


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  (TruthSeeker) A new study published last week by the journal Pharmacology Biochemistry and Behavior has found that cannabis may reduce the brain damage associated with long-term, heavy alcohol consumption. According to researchers, “the current study aimed to advance the preclinical development of transdermal delivery of cannabidiol (CBD) for the treatment of alcohol-induced neurodegeneration.” For the study, rat models were… Read More


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“When a private enterprise fails, it is closed down; when a government enterprise fails, it is expanded. Isn’t that exactly what’s been happening with drugs?” – Milton Friedman   As many of you know, last year Washington State and Colorado both decriminalized the use of marijuana and voted to make it legal in each of their… Read More


Pot Holiday

COLORADO: Denver City Council members Monday night vented over a lack of enforcement earlier in the day when police officers ignored public pot smoking during a tax protest event in Civic Center. “Public consumption of marijuana is against the law,” said Councilman Charlie Brown. “We should enforce that law. I don’t believe we can pick and… Read More


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Last week,  Eric Holder’s Department of Justice essentially backed down in the face of marijuana legalization by popular vote in both Colorado and Washington state, saying the feds won’t challenge the state laws defying federal statute, as long as the states create “tightly regulated” markets that address eight federal “enforcement priorities.” The DOJ announcement apparently made a… Read More


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     For decades, misinformation has been puked up by the DEA and regurgitated as fact by America’s lame stream media. Claiming that medical marijuana is a hoax, a scam, a swindle of the worst sort– perpetrated on America’s oblivious citizens. Many knowledgeable Americans have been laughing at the federal government’s claim, seeing the medicinal value of… Read More


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The National Institute on Drug Abuse is funding a nearly $2 million study in an attempt to find a link between cannabis consumption, and domestic violence: We have little doubt that it’s going to backfire, and conclude that cannabis reduces violence among partners. For the study, the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) is granting the University of Buffalo$1.86 million to conduct 4… Read More