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    Jesus Healed Sick People With Marijuana, Researchers Discover

    Scientific research suggests that Jesus Christ may have been an avid marijuana user who used the plant to heal sick people. Experts suggest that cannabis may have been a key ingredient in the “anointing oil” used by Jesus and his followers in rituals for healing. “Christ” is the Greek translation of the Hebrew “Messiah.” In […] More

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    Harvard Study: Cannabis Cut Tumor Growth By 50% In Just Three Weeks

    Researchers at Harvard University have demonstrated that lung cancer tumor growths can be cut in half thanks to the active ingredients found in cannabis. Studies were performed both in the lab and on mice. Not only did the cannabis stop the tumors from growing but it also decreases the chance of cancer spreading to other […] More

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    How Will The New Attorney General Impact The Cannabis Industry? • High Times

    On Wednesday, Jeff Sessions, former Alabama Senator and indefatigable opponent of legal cannabis, lost his job as Attorney General of the United States. Trump, who appointed Sessions to AG upon taking office, soured toward Sessions after he recused himself from the Mueller investigation. Since that recusal, Trump has repeatedly blasted Sessions, publicly expressing his discontent […] More

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    Tesla Billionaire Elon Musk Smokes Weed Live on Podcast – Anonymous

      Billionaire, and highly respected man with a reputation for intelligence Elon Musk openly smoked weed while in California where that’s completely legal, on the Joe Rogan podcast recently. This is controversial because unlike California, Washington, Oregon, Colorado and other states in the US, cannabis is not fully legal yet in most places. Most countries […] More

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    Study: Marijuana Decreases Death Rates from Pain Killers by Over 30 Percent

    Prescriptions for opioids such as percocet, vicodin have jumped 300 percent in the last decade, and although they are the most commonly prescribed drugs on the market, they are also the most dangerous and addictive drugs, killing thousands of people every year. As patients build up a tolerance, opioids lose their effectiveness with long-term use, […] More

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    Marijuana bill passes in Michigan: What you need to know

    With a last minute infusion of cash and support that was baked into Proposal 1 from the start, voters decided to legalize marijuana for adult recreational use Tuesday by a comfortable 56-44 percent margin, becoming the first state in the Midwest to free the weed. But voters shouldn’t conclude that marijuana will be readily available or […] More

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    Mississippi Sentences Man to Eight Years in Prison for Medical Marijuana He Purchased Legally in Another State

    Patrick Beadle, a 46-year-old father and musician, received an eight-year prison sentence in Mississippi for possessing 2.89 pounds of marijuana. If his sentence stands, he would spend nearly a decade behind bars for possessing a substance that is legal in nine states and now all of Canada. Such a severe, inhumane sentence speaks volumes about […] More

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    Utah Voters Approve Medical Marijuana

    Voters in one of the nation’s most conservative states have opted to legalize medical marijuana, With roughly 60 percent of precincts reporting on Tuesday night, Salt Lake City’s local Fox affiliate projected that Utah’s medical cannabis ballot measure was approved. Approval of the question by voters, however, should give a boost to efforts by legalization supporters to hold […] More

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    Jeff Sessions Resigns, Marijuana Stocks Spike

    Elijah Nouvelage / Reuters Jeff Sessions is gone, and marijuana advocates—and the businesses that serve them—are celebrating. Forced out by President Donald Trump, Sessions tendered his resignation as the attorney general on Wednesday afternoon, and his departure has signaled the fall of a major political roadblock to more widespread legalization. In response, stock prices for […] More

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    CNN journalist Jim Acosta banned from White House after Trump calls him ‘rude, terrible person’

    Breaking News Emails Get breaking news alerts and special reports. The news and stories that matter, delivered weekday mornings. President Donald Trump’s ongoing feud with Jim Acosta, CNN’s chief White House correspondent, boiled over on Wednesday, with Trump verbally berating the journalist before the White House ultimately suspended his press access. Acosta tweeted Wednesday night […] More

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