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5 FAQs About Recreational Marijuana in Colorado

5 FAQs About Recreational Marijuana in Colorado

January 8, 2014 | by

Colorado’s recent legalization of marijuana has led to many questions. Here are a few things you need to know about pot in Colorado.

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Farmers File Last-Ditch Effort to Protect Selves Against Monsanto

Farmers File Last-Ditch Effort to Protect Selves Against Monsanto

January 7, 2014 | by

GMOs are contaminating conventional fields, leaving farmers with no choice as to what they grow. This has led to farmers filing lawsuits against Monsanto.

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Postponed: Brazil Tables “Suicide Seed” Issue Until February

Postponed: Brazil Tables “Suicide Seed” Issue Until February

January 5, 2014 | by

Lawmakers in Brazil were poised to approve genetically-modified seeds known as “suicide seeds”, but at the last minute, Brazil postponed it until February.

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Fight Back: Anthony Gucciardi Gives $1,000 to Church Targeted By Govt for Feeding Homeless

Fight Back: Anthony Gucciardi Gives $1,000 to Church Targeted By Govt for Feeding Homeless

December 31, 2013 | by

Anthony Gucciardi takes a stand against the government crackdown on groups feeding the homeless by giving $1,000 to feed thousands more.

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Time to Learn About the Vaccine Hocus Pocus We All Should Be Privy To

Time to Learn About the Vaccine Hocus Pocus We All Should Be Privy To

December 30, 2013 | by

Vaccines are controversial. The media hides vaccine dangers while pushing flu shots every year. But it is time to discover the truth about vaccinations.

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Voters Support Marijuana While Feds Continue Costly Raids

Voters Support Marijuana While Feds Continue Costly Raids

December 26, 2013 | by

While more states and cities approve the use of marijuana, the federal government continues to perform costly raids despite claims to be hands-off.

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4 Hidden Costs of the Drug War: How the War on Drugs Hurts Us All

4 Hidden Costs of the Drug War: How the War on Drugs Hurts Us All

December 23, 2013 | by

In addition to the obvious effects of the War on Drugs like increased prison populations, here are 4 hidden drug war effects we don’t normally hear about.

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Florida Couple Forced to Dig Up 17-Year Old Organic Garden

Florida Couple Forced to Dig Up 17-Year Old Organic Garden

December 19, 2013 | by

The most recent case of lost (food) rights comes to us from Florida, where a couple was forced to dig up a 17-year old organic garden.

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Uruguay Becomes World’s First to Legalize Marijuana Nationwide

Uruguay Becomes World’s First to Legalize Marijuana Nationwide

December 16, 2013 | by

Marijuana advocates across Uruguay are in celebration as they became the first in the world to legalize the possession and sale of marijuana nationwide.

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World’s First: Retail License for Marijuana Sales Issued in Colorado

World’s First: Retail License for Marijuana Sales Issued in Colorado

December 13, 2013 | by

Recently, a business owner in Colorado received the world’s first marijuana retail license, and will begin selling recreational pot on January 1, 2014.

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