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Marijuana Banned From Complex Marijuana at an apartment complex probably isn’t the best thing for those who aren’t using. The Pointe at South Mountain apartment complex reminded their residents of this just a little while ago. This includes the use of medical marijuana. Jay’s (resident)Statement: I thought it was an infringement on people who use this
Medical Marijuana Industry Booming Marijuana, medical or recreational isn’t something that is going away anytime soon. So all those people who hate it, might as well jump on the economic wagon and embrace it. Not saying you have to smoke pot but at least let those who want to be allowed to. However, let’s try to
Arizona Next Up for Battle of Legalizing Recreational Marijuana Oh, how far recreational “pot” has came… from the 70’s partying days to now becoming part of medical marijuana miracles. If anything cannabis has been fighting the fight to become legal for a very long time. Arizona is one of the next states to work on perfecting the laws
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Medical Marijuana Concerns in Phoenix Medical-marijuana facilities may soon have fewer options of where to open in Phoenix, through zoning changes the city is considering in advance of a possible statewide vote to make recreational use of the drug legal. Wochit Medical-marijuana facilities may soon have fewer options of where to open in Phoenix, through
Plans to Legalize Marijuana in Arizona Marijuana facilities are popping up everywhere. New laws are being passed daily to make this possible, which a lot of people are thankful for. A new proposal has been placed so that they can legalize marijuana in Arizona. According to the reports, the proposal is right on track and
North County Doesn’t Agree with Medical Marijuana Dispensaries North County city council has now taken the steps to make sure that their community stays free of medical Marijuana dispensaries. On a Tuesday evening, the San Marcos city council members have unanimously approved the introduction to a possible ordinance that would not allow the cultivation,