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Mass. (AP) A rally in Amherst to push for national marijuana reform contrasted with a pre-St. Patrick's Day celebration that resulted in violence and dozens of arrests. The 23rd annual Extravaganja, which is organized by the UMass Cannabis Reform
Two senior House Democrats are backing the Maryland state legislature's decision to decriminalize small amounts of marijuana...Steny Hoyer and Chris Van Hollen, both from Maryland, said on Tuesday they support the state's decision to loosen
Government will move swiftly to make amendments to the ganja laws, as it launched the Ganja Future Growers and Producers Association at the Jamaica Conference Centre in downtown Kingston on the weekend. The Gleaner that the association aimed to
News about Seattle and King County government as well as national politics...Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley: He will sign bill decriminalizing possession of small amounts of marijuana. It's time, he says, to focus on far more serious threats to
The New Hampshire House Ways and Means Committee sent that state's legalization bill, H.B...Maryland's House of Delegates voted for the legalization of medical marijuana, while the Maryland Senate approved decriminalizing weed possession below a
Holding out against rising public sentiment in favor of less stringent marijuana laws, the House Judiciary Committee voted Wednesday to reject a move to treat possession of small amounts of the drug as a civil offense. Instead, the committee amended
Washington, DC approved cannabis legalization after the city council voted positively on the decriminalization bill. The bill allows the minor hemp
The Senate Judicial Proceedings Committee on Friday approved a measure relegating marijuana possession to a civil offense...Sen. Christopher Shank, D-Washington, who voted against it last year, said he was uncertain at the start of a meeting Friday.
Report an Error Save to mystar Keith Beaty / Toronto Star file photo Pot smokers, such as this man at Toronto's Vapor Central, would face a ticket for possession of small amounts of the drug, under a policy being considered by the federal government.
House Speaker John Boehner says he's sure Congress will look at a law passed by the D.C. Council that decriminalizes possession of less than one ounce of marijuana in the nation's capital. When asked Wednesday, Boehner said he was unfamiliar with the