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Pittsburgh Steelers Threaten NORML Chapter

The Steelers have picked a fight with NORML over the Pittsburgh chapter's parody of the Steelers logo. The chapter agreed to sack that logo and then went right ahead and imitated the Penguins logo.

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Kyle Turley: 'Cannabis Will Save Football'

Former NFL All-Pro player Kyle Turley says marijuana has given him his life back after struggling with injuries and pain meds following a nine-year career as an offensive lineman with the Saints, Rams and Chiefs.

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Snoop Dogg Jumps Into Celebrity Pot Market

Joining Willie Nelson, Tommy Chong and the Bob Marley estate, Snoop Dogg announced yesterday that his line of marijuana products, known as Leafs by Snoop, will soon be available in Colorado pot shops.

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Rams Duo Suspended for 'Substance Abuse'

In back-to-back suspensions, the NFL caught two Rams offensive players with an illegal drug (most likely marijuana) in their systems - first RB Trey Watts and now WR Stedman Bailey.

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Five Benefits of Vaporization

Why smoke when you can vape? It's healthier (less carcinogens), more discreet, cheaper on the wallet, allows for temperature control and tastes better.

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Playing the Greed Card in Ohio

Andy Joseph, CEO of Apeks Supercritical, called Issue 3 a "disgusting display of corporate greed." Marijuana Majority chairman Tom Angell opined, "Voters won't tolerate this issue being taken over by greedy corporate interests." Even a New York magazine headline barked, "Willie Nelson's Crusade to Stop Big Pot."

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Why We Said 'Vote Yes' on Issue 3 in Ohio

Much was written about the lack of support for the marijuana legalization initiative in Ohio by organizations such as NORML, the Marijuana Policy Project and the Drug Policy Alliance. As editor of Freedom Leaf, I decided to take a stand in favor of Issue 3. Here's why.

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Ohio Says No to Marijuana Legalization

Ohio voters rejected ending pot prohibition on Election Day. The controversial legalization amendment, which split the cannabis reform movement, lost by by a 2-1 margin.

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