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Joe Sousa is a recent Journalism Graduate from Franklin Pierce University with a passion for writing and ending cannabis prohibition. Joe is using his journalism experience to inform people about important movements occurring within the cannabis industry.

In The News

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June 05, 2014

South Carolina Governor Signs Limited Medical Marijuana Bill Into Law
COLUMBIA, SC — South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley (R) signed a complicated bill into law Wednesday that would allow patients limited access to cannabis extracts rich in cannabidiol (CBD) to help epileptic seizures. CBD-Only Bill Signed Into South Carolina Law S 1305 – the Medical Cannabis Therapeutic Treatment Act – was passed by the House and Senate with overwhelming support. As its written, the bill could make it difficult for patients to acquire their medicine. S 1305 requires …
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May 16, 2014

Minnesota Conference Committee Reaches Compromise On Medical Marijuana Bill
ST. PAUL, MINN – A conference committee containing members from the Minnesota House of Representatives and the Senate reached a compromise on a medical marijuana bill Thursday. Gov. Dayton Expected To Sign Minnesota Compromise Bill The compromise will allow residents with qualifying conditions access to medical marijuana in certain forms. The bill outlines a number of qualifying conditions such as cancer, HIV/AIDS, …
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May 13, 2014

New Poll Shows Connecticut Voters Favor Cannabis Legalization
HAMDEN, CT – A new Poll released Monday by Quinnipiac University shows that 52% of voters are in favor of legalization of marijuana in the state. Young Voters Show Strong Support For Legalization Connecticut is currently one of 17 states that has decriminalized marijuana. The state has been consistently updating its cannabis laws since decriminalizing the plant back in 2011. They are also in the process of developing their medical marijuana program, which was approved in 2012. The Quinnipiac poll showed that a slim majority are in favor of overall legalization, and a large …

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