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Vancouver B.C. Mayors Say Yes To Legal Marijuana

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Vancouver B.C. Mayors Say Yes To Legal Marijuana
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The Great White North has weighed in on legal marijuana with four of Vancouver British Columbia’s last five former mayors called this week for end of marijuana prohibition, saying anti-pot policies have failed to reduce marijuana’s availability and that prohibition has fueled violence in British Columbia communities.

Medical Marijuana Inc. To Acquire Biotechnology Company Pharmasphere, LLC From Converted Organics For Legal Marijuana

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Medical Marijuana Inc. To Acquire Biotechnology Company Pharmasphere, LLC From Converted Organics For Legal Marijuana
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Investing in a future with Legal Marijuana, Medical Marijuana Inc. executes Option Agreement to acquire a 100% stake in PharmaSphere , LLC. The cutting edge biotechnology company rnwhich has a solution for the production of high value bio-compounds sourced from plants that can be used as active pharmaceutical ingredients. The production of transgenic plants (genetically engineered plants) for the biotechnology revolution is the cornerstone of PharmaSphere’s focus and overall development for the plant based medical industry. rn

CBS Poll: Public Supports Medical Marijuana But Not Full Legal Marijauna

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CBS Poll: Public Supports Medical Marijuana But Not Full Legal Marijauna
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According a recent CBS News poll conducted at the end of October, a slim majority of 51 percent continues to think that marijuana use should be illegal. But support for specifically allowing doctors to prescribe marijuana for serious medical conditions – or legalized

Michigan Marijuana Legalization Proponents May Push For Statewide Initiative In 2012

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Sixty-five percent of those were in favor of amending the Kalamazoo city charter so that the use of an ounce or less of marijuana by any one 21 years or older is the lowest priority of law enforcement.rnrn