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  1. Ron Strider

    Plumbing Business Was Front For Marijuana Operation In Central Massachusetts

    A family-run plumbing company in Central Massachusetts has been used as a "front" for a large-scale marijuana distribution and growing business, authorities said just days after $6 million in marijuana was seized at a Clinton warehouse associated with the case. Federal complaints against...
  2. Ron Strider

    Police Discover $6 Million Worth Of Marijuana In Massachusetts Warehouse

    Clinton police and federal agents seized 2,200 pounds of marijuana worth more than $6 million from a warehouse and discovered a sophisticated growing operation, according to authorities. The drug bust occurred Tuesday morning at a property on 843 Main St. The 8,000-square-foot warehouse was...
  3. K

    OH: Port Clinton Passes Medical Marijuana Moratorium

    Port Clinton - The temporary ban on medical marijuana-related businesses inside the city of Port Clinton was made official this week. During their regular meeting Tuesday, Port Clinton city council members unanimously passed a six-month moratorium on the cultivation, processing, distribution...
  4. K

    PA: Talk Of A Marijuana Plant Coming To Clinton County

    Pine Creek Township, Clinton County - Part of an old modular home plant could soon be the home of a medical marijuana processing facility. A Colorado businessman is hoping the state approves his application next year which would be the first of its kind in our area. It's in its...
  5. K

    Survey - A Majority Of Medical Marijuana Users In California Support Hillary Clinton

    Election Day could bring legal weed in five more states, doubling the places in the United States where Americans can recreationally use marijuana. A majority of Americans believe cannabis should be legalized for recreational use. But until now, the presidential candidate whom marijuana users...
  6. K

    Survey - A Majority Of Medical Marijuana Users In California Support Hillary Clinton

    Election Day could bring legal weed in five more states, doubling the places in the United States where Americans can recreationally use marijuana. A majority of Americans believe cannabis should be legalized for recreational use. But until now, the presidential candidate whom marijuana users...
  7. K

    Marijuana Legalization - Why A Vote For Trump Nor Clinton Is A Safe Bet

    There are a lot of reasons to dislike Republican Presidential nominee Donald Trump. Likewise, there are a lot of reasons not to like Democrat Hillary Clinton. However, the 2016 election has proven to be one for the ages, and though Clinton may have ended up succumbing to her faults and spotty...
  8. K

    Leak Reveals Clinton Promised Bankers To Stand Against Marijuana Legalization

    WikiLeaks has arguably been the most important thing that has happened to elections, if not the veneer of democracy, in quite a long time. We've been able to see the true side of politicians and bureaucrats like never before. In Hillary Clinton, we see a figure beholden to Wall St., working...
  9. K

    Marijuana Can Fix Hillary Clinton's Biggest Problem

    The past two weeks of polling have provided Democrats with many excuses to seek out chemical cures for un-mellow moods. But of all the buzz-harshing polls to surface between Hillary's fainting spell and Trump's figurative face-plant at Monday's debate, few were as unnerving as CNN/ORC's survey...
  10. K

    Hillary Clinton Gets More Specific On Marijuana Stance

    Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton and Republican nominee Donald Trump will have their first of three debates on Monday. One topic that likely won't be part of the debate, as was generally the case during primary season, will be the legalization or the decriminalization of marijuana. As...
  11. K

    Here's What Hillary Clinton And Donald Trump Say About Marijuana

    2016 could go down as the year that completely reshapes the marijuana industry. In November, residents in at least eight states, and perhaps more, will be voting on whether or not to legalize recreational or medical marijuana. Currently, 25 states have legalized medical marijuana, while four...
  12. K

    The Hazy Politics Of Cannabis

    All it will take is a quick neighborhood stroll for the next resident of 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue to confront the United States' stunningly inconsistent marijuana laws. The president cannot legally light up a joint at home, of course - it's federal property, after all - yet a private party down...
  13. K

    Marijuana Presents Thorny Challenges To Presidential Candidates

    All it will take is a quick neighborhood stroll for the next resident of 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue to confront the United States' stunningly inconsistent marijuana laws. The president cannot legally light up a joint at home, of course - it's federal property, after all - yet a private party down...
  14. K

    With Cannabis On The Ballot, Can Clinton And Trump Cash In On The Pot Vote?

    The unprecedented number of cannabis measures on the ballot in November, including in two swing states, could complicate turnout in the 2016 presidential election, bringing out more voters, but not reliably for any candidate. At first glance, the traditional demographic of marijuana voters —...
  15. R

    Hillary Clinton: More 'Research' Needed On Marijuana

    Democratic presidential front-runner Hillary Clinton on Thursday said she supports state experimentation with marijuana regulations, but she argued that more research needs to be conducted before decriminalizing the drug on a federal level. "What the states are doing right now needs to be...
  16. R

    Hillary Clinton Just Gave An Underwhelming Response to A Question About MMJ

    Democratic presidential contender former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton fielded a question from a medical marijuana patient during Wednesday night's New Hampshire town hall, hosted by CNN, and her response was...a little lackluster. Clinton said that marijuana should be rescheduled from a...