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Congress Takes on Marijuana for Next Year's Budget

Congress is voting on amendments to the fiscal 2015 appropriations bill that contain $51 billion in discretionary spending, some of which will go to the Drug Enforcement Agency.

Can Growing Hemp Cure PTSD in Iraq and Afghanistan War Vets?

Industrial hemp advocacy and the therapeutic bent to agriculture both come to a head in Healing Grounds, an organization started this year by Fred-Curtis Lewis.

Medical Marijuana Bill Stays Alive in NY Assembly

The New York Assembly passed its version of a medical marijuana bill on Tuesday.

Cannabis Legalization Evangelists Found Purpose In Difficult Loss

Mary Jane Jones and her son have become cannabis evangelists since the herb led their family to tragedy 20 years ago.

Growing Warriors Set to Bring Industrial Hemp to Kentucky

Two military veteran brothers in Kentucky are fighting a battle to grow industrial hemp in the soil they served their country to defend, but they're up against the DEA.

New York Sends Medical Marijuana Bill to Finance Committee

New York gets closer to legalizing medicinal marijuana, which gives Jason Draizin's marijuana website another new group of customers.

Marijuana Documentary 'Rolling Papers' Needs Green From Kickstarter

Mitch Dickman, co-director of Rolling Papers, a documentary film about cannabis culture in Colorado, explains the challenges of funding through Kickstarter.

WebMD Says Doctors Want Marijuana as a Medical Option

Doctors want to use marijuana as a medical option for patients says WebMD.

Vapor Group Pre-Announces First Quarter Earnings

Vaporizer company Vapor Group pre-announced earnings on Thursday with gross revenues of approximately $1 million and a gross profit of over $500,000.

Will the NFL Soon Change Its Marijuana Policy?

ESPN reporter Don Graziano says a source inside the NFL tells him the league is considering raising the threshold for a positive marijuana test.