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Vicente Sederberg LLC - Massachusetts
Boston MA
3208
Our attorneys have more than three decades of combined experience representing clients in the marijuana industry and working on marijuana policy reform. They do not just advise clients on the law; they help to shape the laws and regulations themselves. Keep reading for a more det...


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Marimed Advisors
Newton MA
3146
Building gold standard medical cannabis facilities and programs, one state at a time.
MariMed Advisors is a national consulting firm that provides total solutions for the design, development, operation, funding and optimization of medical cannabis cultivation centers and dispe...

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AmeriCann, Inc - Boston
Boston MA
3116
Our mission is to promote the growth of the cannabis industry throughout the country by providing our knowledge, expertise and capital directly to select cannabis entrepreneurs.Many experts believe that the potential for the cannabis industry is significant, and that as more and ...
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NORML | August 29, 2018
 Trump Administration Secretly Plotting New War Of Words On Marijuana Policy

Shadowy Marijuana Policy Coordination Committee Seeks To Derail Past, Future Legislative Reforms
The White House has secretly amassed a committee of federal agencies from across the government to combat public support for marijuana and cast state legalization measures in a negative light, while attempting to portray the drug as a national threat. In response to this revelation, NORML Political Director Justin Strekal said: These are the death rattles of marijuana prohibition. Those who seek to maintain the oppressive policies of cannabis criminalization are grasping at straws in their effort to undo the public policy progresses that have now been enacted in a majori....
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| July 22, 2018
 Study: States Decriminalizing Marijuana Doesnt Increase Youth Usage Rates, Decreases Drug-Related Arrests by 75


Anthony Martinelli

In a study of five states that have decriminalized marijuana, it was found that decriminalization did not increase usage rates among children in any state, and it led to a massive decrease in drug arrests.
A number of public health professional organizations support the decriminalization of cannabis due to adverse effects of cannabis-related arrests and legal consequences, particularly on youth, begins the abstract of the study, published by the International Journal of Drug Policy. We sought to examine the associations between cannabis decriminalization and both arrests and youth cannabis use in five states that passed decriminalization measures between the years 2008 and 2014: Massachusetts decriminalized in 2008, Connecticut 2011, Rhode Island 2013, Vermont 2013, and Mary....
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