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Support for legalizing marijuana has increased over the years but most notably among Republican millennials. Legalizing marijuana is significantly more popular among millennials, regardless of political affiliation, but older age groups steadily show opposition to the concept.

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A branch of the Jamaican government made a decision to decriminalize the possession of small amounts of marijuana on Thursday.

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For the first time in U.S. history, Congress approved a measure that would prohibit the federal government from interfering with states' medical marijuana laws.

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A new app game for smartphones where the user plays the role of a marijuana dealer was growing in popularity until Apple reportedly removed the game from the iTunes App Store this week, according to the game's creators.

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Minors with epilepsy may soon be allowed to legally use medical marijuana in Illinois. Yesterday, the House passed the bill.

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Senator Marco Rubio doesn't think it's helpful to reveal whether or not he has ever tried marijuana.

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New York could be next.

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Last December, the Uruguayan government passed a groundbreaking law that made it the first country in the world to legalize recreational marijuana use, and on Friday, after four months of hammering out the details, Uruguay President Jose Mujica announced the stipulations of the law that will go into effect May 6.

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The actress has been smoked marijuana for 20 years, and she continues to do it in front of her children.

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Miley Cyrus' eyebrow-raising, sexually-charged antics makes many wonder how far she is willing to go and when it will ever stop. Her worried godmother Dolly Parton now reveals her concerns for the "Wrecking Ball" singer.

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Laws would regulate requirements for doctors and conditions of treatment

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As marijuana prices have plummeted in the last five years, in part because of decriminalization in some states of the U.S., Mexican drug farmers in the remote valleys of the northern Sierra Madre have began to harvest opium poppies instead and distribute cheap $4 heroin to many rural areas in America.

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Pot stocks are very much 'buyer beware'

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Federal law enforcement agencies have struggled to reduce the amount of marijuana smuggled into the country through the U.S.-Mexico border while the Rio Grande poses as its biggest challenge.

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The federal government has declared that any state can pass a law to allow the use of marijuana for recreational purposes as long as they have a regulated system in place.

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While millions of ordinary American citizens in 20 states and the nation's Capitol can legally purchase medical marijuana at the nearest dispensary and those living in Washington state and Colorado can purchase the drug recreationally, scientists and researchers find themselves out of the loop.

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