The November election is right around the corner. And with the marijuana industry making a push into politics, Jimmy Kimmel wanted to see if potheads payed enough attention to politics to make a positive impact. Here's what happened.
Although Michiganders have voted to legalize the use of medical marijuana, there still seems to be some confusion of the whole issue. In November, Flint residents voted to decriminalize the use of marijuana for recreation, and there is confusion surrounding that as well. So just exactly where do we stand with all of this?
Governor Snyder is expected to sign multiple bills into law today. A new emergency manger law, tougher restrictions on abortion and regulations on medical marijuana are among the stack that the Legislature sent to him before Christmas.
According to the Detroit News, the governor planned to sign some of the more than 40 bills pending before him during the extended four-day holiday weekend...
Since the legalization of medical marijuana in some states, there's been a rise in pets mistakenly eating pot. Some have reportedly gotten sick from inhaling the smoke. This has become some what of an issue lately. I often thought catnip was considered cat marijuana. What do I know.
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Research indicates that traffic fatalities are on the decline in states like Michigan, where medical marijuana is legal.
Economists Daniel Rees of the University of Colorado Denver and Mark Anderson of Montana State University conducted the study, and found that fatalities are down an average of 9% in the thirteen states that have made doctor-prescribed pot acceptable.