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October 31, 2016

CannaScore Offers Free Use of its Award-Winning Compliance Auditing Tool After Bank Revoked Company's Credit Card Processing Privileges. Ironically, the system is designed to help banks operating in the cannabis sector.

October 31, 2016

Contrary to a highly biased and poorly reported story on the CBS News program, 60 Minutes, cannabis in legalized states has not caused the problems that were predicted.

October 31, 2016

They weren't giving away marijuana, but that didn't stop dozens from lining up hours in advance for the opening of Alaska's first pot shop on Saturday.

Residents of Valdez are calling their community "the highest little town at sea level," KTVA reported.

People in Alaska see the opening of Herbal Outfitters as a historic event in their state.

Mike Holcombe was chosen to be the first inside the shop, and called the moment "monumental."

"I didn't think it would happen in my lifetime that it would be legalized," Holcombe said of his opportunity to purchase marijuana legally. "I've been waiting 46 years for pot to be legal."

It was worth the wait, said those who braved the chill and drizzling rain to encircle the store's entrance.

"We wanted to be part of the crowd that bought the first legal weed in Alaska," C...

October 24, 2016

Jim McMahon, has appeared in a political advertisement supporting legalizing marijuana in Arizona. The former Bears quarterback, who lives in Scottsdale, has said he has used marijuana to treat severe headaches and other lingering effects from his NFL playing days. He has been a longtime advocate for expanding the drug's access.

October 20, 2016

The Broward County elections office, already under scrutiny for two blunders in the past few weeks, played defense once more Friday as its supervisor came under fire after mail-in ballots turned up that skipped a constitutional amendment question on medical marijuana.

One of the organizations supporting the amendment, NORML of Florida, has asked for an emergency hearing after filing a lawsuit on what it called an error that could be “catastrophic and cataclysmic.” A Broward judge has scheduled a hearing for 10 a.m. Tuesday.

At a press conference Friday afternoon, Broward elections supervisor Brenda Snipes said her office had reviewed 92 different styles of ballots — voters get different ballots depending on where they live — and none were missing Amendment 2.

“In reviewing and reviewing and going back lo...