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| August 22, 2014
This is a controversial crop, but these growers believe what theyre doing will change perceptions
 Inside the worlds largest legal medical marijuana greenhous
Elysia Rodriguez
NIAGARA-ON-THE-LAKE, Ont. WIVB Less than an hour from Buffalo, a Canadian company is shaping what could be the future of medical marijuana. Park Lane Farms in Niagara-on-the-Lake operates a 350,000-square-foot greenhouse. President Angus Footman said, This is the largest legal medical marijuana facility in the world once we expand into the entire facility. The facility is blanketed in security systems and everything from sanitation to production is tightly regulated. Footman explained, Every single plant has an individual tag so we track them from birth to harvest. The farm received its license earlier this month and its already growing 17 different strains of medical marijuana. Its head grower said, We bring them in as cuttings and starter plants, we transplant them and then we are going to grow them ....
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ideastream.org | August 26, 2014
Colorado is rolling out regulations for the edible-marijuana sector, including ``emergency rules,`` which spell out serving sizes. But for now, most of the dosage education is falling to pot shops.
 Colorado`s Pot Brownies Now Come With Instructions
Runyon reports
When Colorado legalized recreational marijuana use earlier this year, it also opened the door for food products infused with the psychoactive ingredient, THC, to anyone over the age of 21. That means bakers and food companies now have to ensure new products aren`t contaminated with foodborne pathogens. And they have to make sure they`re not falling into the hands of children or are too potent to eat. While public policy think tanks like the Brookings Institution have praised....
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The Oregonian | August 23, 2014 | Oregon
 Its time to legalize recreational marijuana: Editorial endorsement
The Oregonian Editorial Board
Oregon has had a wink-wink, nudge-nudge relationship with recreational marijuana use since 1998, when legalization for medical purposes created a wide, open system that distributes pot cards to just about anyone with a vague medical claim and the signature of a compliant physician. Were not suggesting that marijuana has no palliative value to those with genuine medical problems. But lets be honest: Recreational marijuana is all but legal in Oregon now and has been for years. ....
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Reuters | August 25, 2014 | TORONTO
 Canadian medical marijuana firms Bedrocan Cannabis and OrganiGram shares soar in market debut
John Tilak
Shares of Canadian medical marijuana producers Bedrocan Cannabis Corp and OrganiGram Holdings Inc jumped as they began trading on the TSX Venture exchange on Monday with investors expecting fast-growing demand in the fledgling industry. The companies are the first major alternatives to Tweed Marijuana Inc, which was listed in April. The offerings mean three of the 13 medical marijuana producers licensed by regulator Health Canada are now public. Investors piled into the two....
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Chicago Tribune | Chicago
 More questions than answers for medical marijuana entrepreneurs
Robert McCoppin
Medical marijuana investors grilled public officials Wednesday for any scrap of information they could get about applying for state licenses before they must fork over up to $25,000 for the privilege. Nearly 300 people turned out at a public meeting to ask state regulators about the process to apply to grow, dispense or use medical marijuana. Questions ranged from the highly technical someone asked if its OK to use vaporized sulfur on marijuana to the constitutional, such....
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