Law & Crime

May 2013 video surveillance shows an armed robbery at the ReLeaf medical marijuana dispensary in Portland
Officials say home invasion robberies again could increase when Oregonians begin cultivating marijuana crops in their homes and backyards after July 1.

René Marsh~ CNN ~
 
(CNN) -- A new study, funded in part by the federal government, suggests alcohol has a more extreme impact on drivers than marijuana.

Image of First Church of Cannabis founder Bill Levin in Indianapolis (Photo: John Tuohy/The Star)
 
Authorities in Indianapolis warn that anyone caught smoking marijuana at the First Church of Cannabis’ planned service next week could end up arrested.

image of Genny Barbour playing in her living room. 4/10/14 Maple Shade, NJ (John Munson | NJ Advance Media for NJ.com)
 
Two NJ lawmakers introduce a bill requiring school boards to set policies for mmj use in statewide schools.

image of Erika and Michael Zorn with daughters Lily, 2, and Emma, 6. The couple faces charges for possessing and manufacturing marijuana that the young wife used to relieve debilitating symptoms. (TOM GRALISH/STAFF PHOTOGRAPHER)
 
A Pennsylvania couple faces charges for possessing and manufacturing marijuana that the young wife used to relieve debilitating symptoms.

 
A long-standing bureaucratic obstacle to privately-funded medical marijuana research has just been removed, effective immediately.

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