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Arlington, TX — As the law enforcement arm of the justice system in America, police officers routinely kidnap and cage marijuana users, especially when they’re caught smoking in public. But one Texas police officer is being praised for giving a teenager an alternative to spending the night in jail. Officer Eric Ball, of Arlington TX, …

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On Monday night, New Jersey Governor and Donald Trump transition team member Chris Christie did his monthly “Ask the Governor” radio show on WKXW-FM in Trenton. Never one to mix words, the governor made a number of colorful comments, but none more so than when a caller asked him about his role as New Jersey’s foremost obstacle to the …

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An amazing new breakthrough in science shows the ability of 2 drugs to reduce and even kill breast cancer in about 11 days. Although there’s still a lot of work to be done, this is a major step in the fight against one of the world’s deadliest diseases.  Other therapies such as Cannabis Oil are …

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Even though Colorado has legalized marijuana use, the court deferred to the federal statutes today in a 2010 case filed by a Colorado man. Brandon Coats has been using medical marijuana as a quadriplegic, was fired from his job at Dish Network and challenged the state’s lawful activities statute. Even though Colorado has legalized marijuana …

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In recent research published in the Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease, scientists from University of South Florida revealed their findings, that may shed light on controversial therapeutic qualities of marijuana. Extremely low levels of THC compound, a chemical found in marijuana, may slow down or halt the progression of Alzheimer’s disease, US neuroscientists have found, thus laying the …

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According to the study published in the latest installment of JAMA Internal Medicine, the 13 states in America that have legalized the use of medical marijuana for patients with valid prescriptions see a 24.8 percent lower annual opioid overdose rate that those where weed can’t legally be offered to treat ailments. Dr. Marcus A. Bachhuber …

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