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Associated Press | Nov 27 | Anchorage, Alaska
 Alaska Pot Backer Ordered To Comply With Subpoena
A campaign-finance investigation is moving forward against an Alaska television reporter who quit her job on-air and vowed to work toward legalizing marijuana.The Alaska Public Offices Commission wants to know whether Charlo Greene used crowdsourcing funds to advocate for a ballot initiative to legalize recreational pot use. Greene challenged the commissions request for documents.The commission on Wednesday rejected her objection to a subpoena, the Alaska Dispatch News http:/....
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The Huffington Post | 11/26/2014
 Marijuana Fail: Florida Pro Pot Campaign Falls Short
Adam Bierman
It is so unfortunate that Amendment 2 failed in Florida. Florida is a state that already has access to medical marijuana but only for a tiny percentage of patients, those with epilepsy or cancer. Amendment 2 was going to allow the Florida Department of Health to expand the program to serve more patients and make medical marijuana accessible for people who have debilitating medical conditions such as cancer, multiple sclerosis, glaucoma, hepatitis C, HIV, AIDS, ALS, Crohn`s di....
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NORML | November 26, 2014
 Colorado: Health Officials Recommend $7.5 Million In Grant Funding For Clinical Cannabis Trials
Paul Armentano
State Public Health Department officials have recommended over $7 million dollars in grant funding to pay for a series of state-sponsored clinical trials to assess the safety and efficacy of cannabis and cannabinoids.The proposed studies include a pair of clinical trials to evaluate the use of cannabidiol CBD, a nonpsychotropic plant cannabinoid, for patients with pediatric epilepsy. Two additional trials will assess the use of cannabis for patients suffering from post-trauma....
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Forbes | 11/26/2014
 A Recipe For Mixing Medical And Recreational Marijuana In Washington
Jacob Sullum
Last month I noted that marijuana legalization in Washington state has been hampered by the decision to create a new industry from scratch instead of building on the cannabusinesses that have been serving patients there for years. Last week state Sen. Jeanne Kohl-Welles D-Seattle, a longtime advocate for medical marijuana users, told The Seattle Times she plans to introduce legislation that aims to rectify that error by incorporating unregulated dispensaries into the system r....
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Tri-City Herald | November 26, 2014 | Kennewick, WA
 Prospective marijuana retailer sues state Liquor Control Board over Kennewick ban
KRISTI PIHL
A recreational marijuana retailer has sued the state Liquor Control Board, seeking to get the state agency to sue counties and cities such as Kennewick that ban legal pot businesses.Americanna Weeds case against the Liquor Control Board was filed Wednesday in Thurston County Superior Court.The business, owned by Tad Seaton and Cynthia Ventura of Everett, sued Kennewick over the citys ban on recreational pot businesses a few months ago. Benton County Superior Court Judge Vic V....
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The Cannabist | NOV 26, 2014,
 Op-ed: Why isnt Rastafari a respected religion? Because of pot prejudice
Josiah M. Hesse
At a time when western society is becoming increasingly sensitive to appropriation of Native American cultures in sports Washington Redskins and pop music Flaming Lips, and eagerly cries foul at any white person costumed as a foreign minority, we are still living in a minstrel-show culture when it comes to the No problem, mon depiction of Rastafarians. Ironically, this gap in the PC protocol is an extension of the most successful tool white colonists have used to subjugate bl....
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The Cannabist | NOV 26, 2014
 Metro Cannabis sues Aurora after being denied retail marijuana license
Megan Mitchell and Carlos Illescas
The city of Aurora manipulated the process of selecting who would receive a license to sell recreational marijuana in the city, according to a lawsuit filed by a business owner who was denied a license.In the suit, Metro Cannabis, which sought to open a recreational pot shop, claims that Aurora miscalculated who should receive a license by improperly rounding scores.Metro Cannabis said a hearing officer for the city who heard the companys appeal acknowledged a clear mathemati....
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