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Ninth Circuit Revives Lawsuit over Religious Marijuana Use

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A federal appeals court revived a lawsuit by a Native American religious group seeking an exemption from federal law so its members can use marijuana without fear of prosecution.

Feds raid Oaksterdam University, founder’s home

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Federal agents raided the Oakland businesses and apartment of Richard Lee, California’s most prominent advocate for the legalization and regulation of marijuanarnrn

Marijuana Dispensaries To Open In D.C.

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This summer, residents will be able to buy legal cannabis at dispensaries within a few miles of the White House, the FBI and the Drug Enforcement Administration. rn

Vallejo Marijuana Dispensary Raided By Feds, State and Local Officials

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Matthew Shotwell, operator and founder of Greenwell Cooperative was arrested Tuesday, following a raid on his home, business and associated properties by federal, state and local law enforcement agents.rnrnrn

California Legal Marijuana Prices Rising After Federal Clampdown

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California Legal Marijuana Prices Rising After Federal Clampdown
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A crackdown by federal prosecutors is casting a long shadow over the state’s marijuana industry, but there is one bright spot, at least for some Northern California growers willing to risk prison time: Wholesale prices appear to be on the rise.rnrn

Federal Interference In Legal Marijuana Laws Is A Low Priority, Attorney General Affirms

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Federal Interference In Legal Marijuana Laws Is A Low Priority, Attorney General Affirms
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Attorney General Eric Holder on Thursday reiterated the Justice Department’s support for the Ogden memo, which in 2009 declared that the sale and use of medical marijuana in states where it’s legal are a low priority for federal prosecutors.rnrn

U.S. Legal Marijuana Policy Pits Law-Makers Against Law-Enforcement

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rnLast week, U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration led a crackdown on medical marijuana dispensaries in San Diego, and two U.S. governors petitioned for the reclassification of of the drug and law enforcement officers who got fired. rnrn