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The Denver Post | MAY 9, 2017
The draft rules drew mixed reactions from industry professionals who are anxious to finally have uniform guidelines but believe the state included unnecessary testing that will drive up the price of cannabis
 What changes are coming to how California tests medical marijuana?
Brooke Edwards Staggs
The Bureau of Marijuana Control on Friday released a plan to make cannabis safer for patients, with rules for all medical marijuana legally sold in the state to be independently lab tested starting next year. The 46 pages of regulations lay out everything from what clothing lab technicians can wear when collecting cannabis samples to what level of pesticides marijuana can contain. The draft rules drew mixed reactions from industry professionals who are anxious to finally have uniform guidelines but believe the state included unnecessary testing that will drive up the pric....
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Smell the Truth | May 2, 2017
 Congress blocks feds from interfering with state marijuana laws


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A bipartisan group of House Democrats and Republicans recently hashed out a $1 trillion budget for government spending, but none of which will be used to crack down on legal pot. A new government funding bill will block the Department of Justice from using federal funds to prosecute law-abiding medical marijuana companies operating in legal states, reports the Orange County Register. The budgets full text of the marijuana provision is as follows: None of the funds made available in this Act to the Department of Justice may be used, with respect to any of the States of Al....
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Smell the Truth | May 1, 2017
 Mexico nears legalization of medical marijuana


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Oscar Pascual
Building from a series of rapid marijuana law reform sweeping Mexico, the countrys lawmakers have now voted to approve marijuana use for medicinal purposes. Mexicos Lower House of Congress passed a bill on Friday to legalize cannabis for both medical and scientific needs, reports the Associated Press. The ruling eliminates the prohibition and criminalization of acts related to the medicinal use of marijuana and its scientific research, and those relating to the production and distribution of the plant for these purposes, the Lower House stated on its website. The bill pa....
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The New York Times | APRIL 13, 2017 Continue reading the main storyShare This Page Share Tweet Email More Save | OTTAWA
 Trudeau Unveils Bill Legalizing Recreational Marijuana in Canada
Crowds celebrated National Marijuana Day last year on Parliament Hill in Ottawa.
Crowds celebrated National Marijuana Day last year on Parliament Hill in Ottawa.
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IAN AUSTEN
Fulfilling a campaign pledge, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau introduced legislation on Thursday to legalize the recreational use of marijuana in Canada. Many nations have either decriminalized marijuana, allowed it to be prescribed medically or effectively stopped enforcing laws against it. But when Mr. Trudeaus bill passes as expected, Canada will become only the second nation, after Uruguay, to completely legalize marijuana as a consumer product. Criminal prohibition has failed to protect our kids and our communities, said Bill Blair, a lawmaker and former Toronto police....
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