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The Commons Fans of marijuana legislation will have a field day here with all of the munchies.
Long, 19, was charged Monday with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, a felony, and two misdemeanors, criminal damage to property and marijuana possession.
A review study conducted by Robert Gable, an emeritus psychology professor at Claremont Graduate University, found that the lethal dose for marijuana (15 grams or above) is 1,000 times greater than the effective dose (15 milligrams).
The junior from Miami faced internal discipline for a marijuana citation in May that resulted in him pleading no contest to possession of drug paraphernalia.
Theresa’s job as a clerk in the marijuana dispensary, which is seedy and neon-lit (in order to look, Laura says, a little bit like outer space), is a lot more complicated and treacherous than her sleepy eyes initially suggest.
Marijuana vendors like to tout benefits beyond pot's relative affordability.
The question here is not the legal status of marijuana but the legal status of due-process protections, as well as the ability of the states to decide for themselves how their law-enforcement agencies will conduct their business.
Colombia in recent years has embraced a medical marijuana industry.
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Origin and Etymology of marijuana
First Known Use: 1874See Words from the same year
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: the dried leaves and flowers of the hemp plant that are smoked as a drug
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