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Henry Rollins and John Salley to Headline ICBC in San Francisco

The International Cannabis Business Conference is returning to San Francisco for the third year in a row with another star-studded lineup on Feb. 17. Rocker turned radio and TV host Henry Rollins and former NBA star and actor John Salley are among the speakers that have just been announced.

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NFL Player With Crohn's Disease Suspended for 10 Games

"He needs cannabis," a NFL source says about Bills offensive tackle Seantrel Henderson, who suffers from Crohn's disease and has been suspended twice this season for failing drug tests. "You can't take painkillers with the way his intestines are."

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CBD Oil Now Legal in 16 States

Legislation allowing the use of low-THC, CBD-rich marijuana oil primarily for children suffering from seizure disorders has been approved in Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Iowa, Kentucky, Mississippi, Missouri, North Carolina, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Virginia, Wisconsin and Wyoming.

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Ad Wars: Marijuana Measures Face Off with Opposition

Nine states will be voting to either legalize recreational or medical marijuana on Nov. 8. With the coffers full, ad dollars are being spent and media wars are being waged in the key battleground states. Watch the ad spots…

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Montel Williams and Melissa Etheridge Enter the Green Rush

There seems to be no end in sight for celebrities making inroads into the cannabis industry. In the last week, both Montel Williams (LenitivLabs) and Melissa Etheridge (Etheridge Farms) declared they're moving ahead with corporate plans.

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Hillary Clinton Favors Moving Marijuana to Schedule II

Hillary Clinton's campaign has criticized the DEA's decision to keep marijuana in Schedule I. "As president, Hillary will build on the important steps announced today by rescheduling marijuana from a Schedule I to a Schedule II substance," states her senior policy adviser Maya Harris.

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