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Pot speakers, hemp cars: Mark 4/20 with ganja-inspired tech

Regardless of what you plan to do at 4:20 on 4/20, it's hard to overlook the strong connection that time and date have with pot culture. What used to be a taboo topic is increasingly the talk of the town as more states allow for medical marijuana use or outright legalize pot for recreational …


Maryland Steps Closer to Decriminalizing Marijuana

The Maryland House of Delegates has voted to decriminalize possession of small amounts of marijuana, though differences with a Senate bill remain.<p>Read more here.

Government approves medical marijuana research

WASHINGTON — The Obama administration handed backers of<p>medical marijuanaa significant victory Friday, opening the way for aUniversity of Arizonaresearcher to examine whether pot can help veterans cope with post-traumatic stress, a move that could lead to broader studies into potential benefits of …


First Study Of LSD's Psychotherapeutic Benefits In Four Decades Breaks Research Taboo

Today <i>The Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease</i> published results from the first study of LSD’s therapeutic potential in humans to appear in more than four decades. The controlled, double-blind study, which was conducted in Switzerland under the direction of Swiss psychiatrist Peter Gasser, measured …

The new 'drug talk': Parents in legal pot states rethink message -

Ed Andrieski / Today<p>In Washington state and Colorado, parents are coming up with new ways to talk with their kids about pot, now that it's legal.<p>In retrospect, former first lady Nancy Reagan made the parental “pot talk” a bit easier with her "Just Say No" anti-drug message of the 1980s.<p>But now that …

Marijuana Refugees: Looking for a New Homes in Pot-Legal States

They are known as "marijuana refugees" -- people who have relocated or are planning to move because pot is now legal in some states.<p>Moriah Barnhart is one of them, though with two young children in tow, it wasn't something she had planned for.<p>But within weeks of her 2-year-old daughter, Dahlia, …