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A majority of Americans are in favor of legalizing the use of marijuana, a national survey finds, a shift in attitude after more than four decades of polling on the issue.
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What started out as a routine stop for a commercial vehicle inspection turned into a major drug bust Tuesday when Texas Highway Patrol troopers said they found 3.9 tons of marijuana concealed inside a tanker rig.
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If a California company has its way, recreational marijuana users in Colorado and Washington state will one day be able to get their pot out of vending machines.
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A majority of Americans want the federal government to keep out of state marijuana laws, even as overall sentiment on whether marijuana should be legalized is split, according to a new poll.
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About a hundred pot smokers gathered in the cold at Seattle’s City Center on Wednesday night to celebrate the legalization of the possession of marijuana in Washington state. The law, which took effect at 12:01 a.m. on Thursday, Dec. 6, does not allow marijuana to be smoked in public, but you wouldn’t know it by watching the crowd. As the clock stuck midnight, cheers erupted, followed by lighters igniting pipes and joints.