Monthly Archives: December 2014

Terra Tech’s SEC Approval Good News for MJ Industry

December 22, 2014 Reposted from Marijuana Business Daily A recent move by the Securities and Exchange Commission could fuel investor interest in marijuana stocks and encourage dispensaries, cultivation businesses and edibles producers to go public. The SEC last week granted

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Pot Possession Decriminalized In US Virgin Islands

by Paul Armentano, NORML Deputy Director December 22, 2014 Reposted from norml.org https://lists.norml.org/list/mail.cgi/r/nlc/049892784104/mchernis/abnerchernis.com/ Legislation decriminalizing the possession of one ounce or less of cannabis in the United States Virgin Islands became law this weekend. On Friday, Senate lawmakers voted to

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Bruning files lawsuit over Colorado’s legalization of marijuana

By Joe Duggan / World-Herald Bureau LINCOLN — Nebraska Attorney General Jon Bruning filed a lawsuit Thursday with the U.S. Supreme Court, seeking a declaration that Colorado’s legalization of marijuana violates the U.S. Constitution. At a press conference Thursday, Bruning

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Congress Effectively Ends The Federal Ban On Medical Marijuana

12/16/14 Reposted from High Times It seems the controversial $1.1T spending bill that is preventing the U.S. government from shutting down is chock full of surprises. As you may know, much to the dismay of marijuana activists and lovers of

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Congress Blocks Feds From Targeting Medical Marijuana, Hemp Cultivation

by Matt Ferner Reposted from Huffington Post Politics States with legal hemp cultivation and medical marijuana programs just got historic support from Congress. Included in the federal spending bill released late Tuesday are amendments that prohibit the Department of Justice

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U.S. won’t stop Native Americans from growing, selling pot on their lands

By Timothy M. Phelps Reposted from L.A. Times Opening the door for what could be a lucrative and controversial new industry on some Native American reservations, the Justice Department on Thursday will tell U.S. attorneys to not prevent tribes from

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