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We caught up with NORML Director Erik Altieri to find out the best ways to get stoned during COVID-19.

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A New Hampshire House committee approved a bill on Tuesday that would legalize marijuana for adult use in the state.

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Is my cannabis dispensary still open? In the season of COVID-19, that question just got a lot more complicated.

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Place your beer down and pass the joint around. That may be a regular sentence in any of the universities based in states that have legalized the use of marijuana.

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Boston’s first pot shop opened Monday, marking the first recreational marijuana store to open in a major East Coast city.

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A measure to legalize marijuana for adult use has officially qualified for South Dakota’s November ballot, the secretary of state’s office announced on Monday.

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