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A Centralia mother has been sentenced to 6 months in jail for allowing her 22-month-old to smoke marijuana.
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Medical marijuana dispensaries in Massachusetts would be required to pay a yearly registration fee of $50,000, and most patients would pay $50 annually to the state to remain in the program under a fee structure proposed Friday by state health officials.
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Early Thursday morning, 70 officers from various local, county, state and federal agencies participated in coordinated raids investigating what they claimed were "drug trafficking organizations" selling marijuana out of storefronts in Southern Oregon and Eugene according to multiple media outlets.
Dan Sligh and his wife were in their pickup truck on Interstate 5 heading to a camping trip when a bridge before them disappeared in a "big puff of dust." A truck hauling an oversized load of drilling equipment hit an overhead bridge girder on the major route between Seattle and Canada, sending a section of the interstate into the river below as ... (more)
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EUSTIS Police arrested this morning a 32-year-old man on a charge he was selling marijuana near Carver Park, one of the city's main parks and recreational complexes.
Medford Police Chief Tim George says the arrests Thursday followed a two-year investigation, and the charges allege the sale of marijuana outside the rules covering medical marijuana.
Under draft regulations filed Friday, patients certified to receive medical marijuana would pay a $50 annual registration fee to the state.
This 2012 police booking photo released by Los Angeles Conty Sheriff's Department shows actress Amanda Bynes, 26, who was arrested on suspicion of drunken driving after allegedly hitting a sheriff's patrol car.
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New rules for the medical use of marijuana have been written into the commonwealth's regulatory code by the Massachusetts Public Health Council, according to State House News Service report.
Regina Garcia Cano, who has covered such issues as medical marijuana, pensions and gas drilling for The Associated Press in Illinois, has been hired to work in the cooperative's Columbus bureau.
Actress Amanda Bynes was arrested by police in her Midtown apartment Thursday night after officers caught her throwing drug paraphernalia out the window, law enforcement sources said.
TMZ reports that Amanda was arrested after police showed up responding to a call about a disorderly person at her apartment building.
The troubled actress was reportedly taken into custody in her New York apartment after a doorman called police saying someone was smoking pot in the lobby.
The panel's approval Thursday sends the issue into its signature-gathering phase, with a 2014 vote most likely.
Marijuana is the drug most often linked to crime in the United States, the U.S. drug czar said Thursday, dismissing calls for legalization as a "bumper-sticker approach" that should be avoided.