Browsing archives for October, 2018

NORML at the University of Utah Hosts Proposition 2 Panel Discussion

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Members of the newly established NORML at the University of Utah hosted a panel discussion on the current state of marijuana law reform efforts in Utah, which included Proposition 2, as well as the negative impacts marijuana prohibition has had on Utahns. Panelists included Salt Lake County District Attorney, Sim Gill, as well as Alex […]

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Here are the California Cities and Counties Voting on Marijuana this November 6th

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With the marijuana midterms right around the corner, it’s imperative that you know who and what is going to be on your ballot leading up to Election Day on November 6th. To see who the Votemarijuanamost pro-cannabis reform candidates are in your district, check out our Smoke the Vote scorecard and voter guide. One of […]

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Here are the Wisconsin Counties Voting on Marijuana this November 6th

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With the marijuana midterms right around the corner, it’s imperative that you know who and what is going to be on your ballot leading up to Election Day on November 6th. To see who the most pro-cannabis reform candidates are in your district, check out our Smoke the Vote scorecard and voter guide. In addition, […]

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Cannabis pain relief without the ‘high’

Did you know that? 26 October 2018 | 0 Comments

In the wake of cannabis legalization, a team of scientists have delivered encouraging news for chronic pain sufferers by pinpointing the effective dose of marijuana plant extract cannabidiol (CBD) for safe pain relief without the typical ‘high’ or euphoria produced by the THC.

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High on the highway — stoned-driving on the increase

Did you know that? 26 October 2018 | 0 Comments

Getting behind the wheel after cannabis use is on the rise in the US, and THC, not alcohol, is now the most commonly detected intoxicant in US drivers. Detecting levels of THC, however, is challenging and the methods used so far cannot accurately determine a person’s level of impairment.

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