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Getting caught with an ounce of pot in DC is like getting a parking ticket, now that the District has decriminalized marijuana possessions.
Congress has introduced 11 different pieces of marijuana legislation, but that doesn't mean anything will happen.
Before the first seed is even sown, Washington State is cutting back on the amount of marijuana producers it will license in the state.
Bargains can be found for marijuana shoppers. These websites deliver discounts and deals for cannabis coupon clippers.
The government issued guidance for banks serving marijuana related businesses, but the bankers aren't getting any comfort with the guidelines.
Legislators in Washington decided that they have had enough with the limits on the drug czar and introduced new legislation called the Unmuzzle the Drug Czar Act.
Washington State marijuana entrepreneurs are not getting the welcome mat from local real estate landlords, but the problem isn't limited to Washington.
There's a big spotlight on pot stocks following the recent push to legalize marijuana, but many are not as green as they seem.
Recreational marijuana sales in Washington State will begin in June, with the first licenses to be issued in March.
The billboard battle between pro pot group Marijuana Policy Project and the anti-marijuana group Smart Approaches to Marijuana has heated up with competing messages.