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Cannabytes: Dark Days for MMJ

The medical marijuana movement in America isn't going away, but the fruits of its labor may be on the decline. The Obama administration seems dead set on stomping out states' rights on the issue of medicinal ca...
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Cannabytes: Ghosts of Prohibition Past

Once upon a time, in the early 20th century, a movement was brewing. 1920s prohibition forced casual and heavy drinkers alike to go to great lengths for a fix. According to Smithsonian Magazine, they "drank hai...
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Cannabytes: The Right Approach to Legalization?

On Thursday, the Denver Post reported that "infighting" among cannabis legalization activists slows the local campaign for legalization. Westword followed up that afternoon with an interview with Mason Tvert, a...
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Cannabytes: Let States Decide On Pot

Thursday was a landmark day in the war against prohibition. Representatives Barney Frank and Ron Paul introduced a bill that, if it passes, would end the federal prohibition of cannabis. The bill, the first of ...
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Cannabytes: The Legalization Dilemma

Cannabis advocates in America are faced with a tough decision, according to some folks: Is marijuana medicine or a recreational drug? For many of us, it's both. Unfortunately, there are still plenty of people w...
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Cannabytes: Crime & Legal Marijuana

Folks who are against the legalization of cannabis often cite violent crime as a reason prohibition should continue. Many say that medical marijuana dispensaries attract crime. But, as the Denver Police Depar...