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Legalization Might Mean $28B in Tax Revenue

On Friday, we wrote about how Aurora, Colorado is using the tax revenue generated by marijuana sales to help the homeless.

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AAA: Driving While High Not Criminal

While drunk driving didn’t begin to received widespread attention until the 1970s, measures to keep intoxicated individuals from getting behind the wheel have been on books for over a century. “Essentially, the study showed that law enforcement’s current approach to detecting … Continue reading

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Post Legal Marijuana, What Happens to Drug War Victims?

Here’s an interesting question: What does the United States have in common with countries like Oman, Pakistan, and South Sudan? The answer, as Take Part dreadfully details, is that the “Land of the Free” doesn’t guarantee a judicial concept called “retroactive … Continue reading

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Will Big Marijuana Crush CA’s Local Growers?

This November, recreational marijuana is almost certain to be approved in California, the eight-largest economy in the world. Medical marijuana is already a billion-dollar business in the Golden State, and allowing dispensaries to open the doors to everyone 21 and … Continue reading

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CA Group Wants ‘Restrictive’ Recreational Pot Laws

California occupies a sparking place in the imagination of people around the world. Almost instinctively, the Golden State conjures up images of beach parties, movie stars, and sun-drenched boulevards. But the reality is far more complicated. Because while there are a few notable … Continue reading

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