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State Legislatures Take Action on Marijuana

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Original Source : Marjiuana.com By Tom Angellon February 26, 2016Law & Politics, Uncategorized While most marijuana policy reform victories to date have been achieved at the ballot box via voter initiatives, lawmakers are increasingly taking action to change cannabis laws. Here are a few key upcoming state legislative developments to

Utah Lawmakers Consider Two Medical Marijuana Bills As Poll Shows 64% Approval For Medicinal Cannabis

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0 By Monterey Budon February 19, 2016Health & Medicine, Marijuana News Original Source : Marjiuana.com As the newest poll demonstrates, there’s strong support for medical marijuana in the sometimes-regressive state of Utah, which has inspired a sense of vagrant optimism as politicians prepare for a critical vote today. Up for consideration

Utah’s Concurrent Resolution 11 Urges United States Congress to Reclassify Marijuana

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1 By Monterey Budon February 17, 2016Marijuana News Original Source : Marjiuana.com Bizarre, poignant, and fitting: How apropos would it be if senators from one of the reddest states in the U.S. were the ones that actually cattle prodded Congress into modifying marijuana’s status within the Controlled Substance Act? While a

Mormons give blessing to Utah CBD bill, but against THC products

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 This article was published on TheCannabis.co LDS leaders support state senate proposal that would legalize medical marijuana products containing cannabidiol (CBD), but not a bill that allows access to products containing THC. Published: Feb 16, 2016, 9:06 pm SALT LAKE CITY — The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints

Federal Bill Would Prevent College Kids With Drug Convictions From Losing Financial Aid

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A group of bipartisan lawmakers emerged this week with a piece of legislation intended to repeal the law that has crippled so many students from furthering their education because a drug offense disqualified them from financial aid.

Native American Church Sues Postal Service Over Seizure of ‘Sacramental’ Marijuana

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Leaders of a Native American church have sued the U.S. Postal Service in federal court after the government seized marijuana that church leaders say was intended for religious use by a member in Ohio. Leaders of the Utah-based Oklehueha Native American Church said the federal government violated their right to religious freedom when authorities seized marijuana intended for use as part of “Native American spiritual healing practices” by a member who suffers from cancer. Joy…