Marijuana Legalization Hasn't Hurt Alcohol Sale, Study FindsResearch finds that marijuana legalization actually benefits alcohol sales rather than harming it.
Pot Advocates To Hand Out Joints At Trump InaugurationA group of marijuana legalization advocates plan to hand out thousands of joints during President-elect Donald Trump’s inauguration.
California Looking For Ways To Store, Track Marijuana CashNow, elected leaders from states with legal weed including California and Massachusetts are reaching out to federal regulators.
Proposed Law Would Allow Nurse Practitioners In Mass. To Prescribe Medical MarijuanaCertified nurse practitioners would be allowed to authorize medical marijuana use by patients under new rules proposed by Massachusetts health officials.
Study: Pot Legalization Changes Teens' Perspective On MarijuanaIn some cases where pot is now legal, as is the case in California, young kids were significantly less aware of the potential harmful effects of pot and many were more likely to smoke.
Police Find 250 Pounds Marijuana In California Man's CarMaryland authorities say a California man is facing charges after 250 pounds of marijuana was found in a vehicle he was driving.
Illicit Marijuana Farms Decimate Western WildlifeTony Magarrell isn't very relaxed for someone who just spent a week in the lush backcountry canyons of Lassen National Forest, 165 miles northwest of Reno.
Could California Beer Sales Slide With Legalized Marijuana?For small breweries like Ruhstaller, the average customer is over 30. So if the 18-25 year olds trade beer for marijuana now, his business may not notice until the next decade.
Warriors Coach Steve Kerr's Marijuana Admission Could Spark DialogueSteve Kerr's players believe his voice can go far in starting a serious, thoughtful dialogue in professional sports regarding pot use for pain relief.
Now That Pot Is Legal, Can I Smoke It At Work?Bottom line: You can't come to work high. You can still be drug tested. And you can still be fired - or not hired - for failing a drug test even if you're not the least bit impaired at work.
With Marijuana Legalized, California Plans How To Collect TaxesState analysts have estimated that state and local governments could eventually collect over $1 billion annually from the production and sale of legal pot.
Questions Remain After Sacramento City Council Legalizes Marijuana CultivationThe council will continue working out the details of the ordinance. It's unclear when permits will be issued, but it likely won't happen before the end of the year.

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