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Marijuana decriminalization bill OK'd in Delaware

WILMINGTON, Del. — Voting along party lines, the Delaware state Senate gave final approval Thursday to a measure that decriminalizes the possession and private use of small amounts of marijuana, and Gov. Jack Markell almost immediately signed the legislation into law. Delaware Gov. Jack Markell signed a marijuana decriminalization bill Thursday after it passed the…


Push toward legalization is cause for good sense, not hand-wringing

OPIOID ADDICTION is a crisis, and stories of young people dying from these drugs are heartbreaking. However, Meredith Warren’s column linking these tragedies to legalization of marijuana for adult use is ill-informed and unhelpful (“The opioid battle is lost when marijuana is legalized,” Opinion, June 18).For many opioid victims, these drugs were not the first…


As states loosen marijuana laws, veterans still face obstacles to therapeutic treatment

As Maryland and other states move to make medical marijuana available to patients, former service members are still barred from getting the drug from the Veterans Administration.Marijuana remains in a legally precarious position, even as public support for its legalization and use to treat illnesses grows. Washington, Colorado and the District of Columbia have Instant…


In Colorado, the cost of getting high keeps getting lower

Even as marijuana sales continue to increase in Colorado, pot prices just keep getting lower. In the past year alone, the cost of an eighth of an ounce of recreational marijuana in Colorado has dropped by an estimated 40 percent, from between $50-$70 to about $30-$45. The reason, according to a new report by brokerage…


Oregon can be a national model for cannabis regulation

I commend The Oregonian/OregonLive and reporter Noelle Crombie for the series "A Tainted High," which found that multiple samples of medical marijuana purchased in Oregon, intended for patients who are often immunocompromised, tested positive for harmful pesticides.The Oregonian not only revealed the extent of the contamination of medical marijuana products, but also exposed a weak…


Cannabis Industry Flexes Its New Political Muscle

It was a classic political fundraiser — semi-formal, with chicken, potatoes and salad on the menu.The jovial donors sipped gin cocktails and Oregon pinots at the Left Bank Annex on Portland's East Side earlier this month.But the 300 attendees who came to support Rep. Earl Blumenauer, D-Oregon, represent a newly energized group: They're members of…