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By Shelley Levitt Question: I’ve got a very hip grandma and she wants to share my weed for relief from her aches and pains. Is marijuana safe for seniors? Answer: Grandma’s not alone. Marijuana use is booming among the baby boomer generation. According to one demographic analysis, consumption of marijuana by Americans 65 and older increased by 250 […] …read more

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By Jon Hiltz Think back to a moment in your life when you tried something spectacular for the very first time. This could be chocolate, getting your first paycheck, or even sex. The feelings that accompanied the event were almost as intoxicating as the act itself: palpable anticipation, unbridled excitement, and in many cases, extreme satisfaction when it […] …read more

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By Marijuana Moment Possessing small amounts marijuana would no longer come with the threat of jail time if a Texas Democratic representative — and the state’s Republican Party — have their way. The pre-filing period for the upcoming legislative session, which begins in January 2019, kicked off Nov. 12, 2018, and one of the first bills put forward […] …read more

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By Marijuana Moment Former first lady Michelle Obama got candid in her new memoir, “Becoming,” which includes a brief admission that she smoked marijuana as a teen. In the book, released Nov. 13, 2018, Obama reminisces about her youthful transgressions, at one point writing that she and a high school boyfriend named David “fooled around and smoked pot […] …read more

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By Monterey Bud It’s one of the most pressing questions coming out of the Nov. 6, 2018, election: Now that Republican U.S. Rep. Pete Sessions has been defeated by Democrat Colin Allred in North Texas, will the House Rules Committee finally get back to passing meaningful cannabis legislation? Before Sessions lost in the 2018 midterm election, he was […] …read more

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By Maureen Meehan Something remarkable for the future of cannabis is happening in the Lone Star state. Texas Republicans and Democrats moved together in unusual harmony to put cannabis reform in a place it’s never been before: on the table. The Nov. 6, 2018, election put the change in real terms: 19 female African-American judges were elected in […] …read more

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By Marijuana Moment Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) — the marijuana compound known for getting you high — is the most well-know cannabis constituent. In recent years, cannabidiol (CBD) has garnered attention for its non-intoxicating medicinal properties. Now, the federal government is recruiting researchers to investigate how the dozens of other lesser-known cannabinoids and terpenes work and whether they can treat […] …read more

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By Nicolas Juarez By David A. Lieb and Geoff Mulvhill, The Associated Press From New York to New Mexico, residents in a number of states can expect a leftward push for expanded health-care coverage, gun control, education funding and legalized recreational marijuana as Democrats who gained new or stronger powers in the midterm elections seek to put their […] …read more

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By Nicolas Juarez Illinois voters just elected a new governor who supports legalizing, regulating, and taxing marijuana — and a new study indicates that the state would reap significant economic benefits if lawmakers follow through in 2019. According to an analysis from the Illinois Economic Policy Institute and the Project for Middle Class Renewal at the University of […] …read more

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By Marijuana Moment The federal government is hiring professional joint rollers, according to a recent notice published by the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA). OK, that’s oversimplifying the job quite a bit. But twisting up “standardized marijuana cigarettes” with strains of various potencies will be one of the responsibilities of whatever small business lands a contract with […] …read more

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