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A new study reveals that a growing trend among the baby boomer generation is to take part in the country's most popular illicit drug.
By Natalie Singer, The Seattle Times Jul.
SEATTLE _ Martin Martinez says the small, private collective and outreach group he runs from a storefront are legal, a place for medical-marijuana patients to get help growing the medicine they need to manage their pain.
By Brandon Lowrey Like other universities, Oaksterdam offers wide-eyed pupils an enlightening classroom experience to spark their curiosity.
Rhode Island on Tuesday became the 11th state to legalize medical marijuana and the first since the U.S. Supreme Court ruled in June that patients who use the drug can still be prosecuted under federal law.
Anyone who lights up a joint for medicinal purposes isn't likely to be pursued by federal authorities, despite a Supreme Court ruling that these marijuana users could face federal charges, people on both sides of the issue say. The ruling could be an early test of Attorney General Alberto Gonzales' compassion.
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