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May 1, 2000
By James McDonough
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Health Care
June 1, 1999
By Joseph A. Califano Jr. et al.
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Criminal Justice
November 1, 2001
By Las Vegas Sun staff
Four people formally applied for cards allowing the possession of marijuana during the first week of Nevada's medical marijuana law.
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Health Care
January 1, 1999
By Jerome P. Kassirer M.D., Editor-in-Chief of The New England Journal of Medicine
The advanced stages of many illnesses and their treatments are often accompanied by intractable nausea, vomitting, or pain.
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Health Care
April 16, 2010
By Dr. John A. Howard
Dr. John A.
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November 21, 2013
By Jacob Sullum
Jacob Sullum reports that the legalization of marijuana in Colorado is not going as smoothly as perhaps some expected.
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Regulation
Health Care
June 1, 2005
By Jeffrey A. Miron
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Criminal Justice
December 12, 2012
By Robert A. Mikos
In this policy analysis, Richard Mikos writes that the American Constitution divides governmental power between the federal government and several state governments.
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Regulation
Law
May 1, 2004
By Stephen T. Easton
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Criminal Justice
December 1, 2004
By
Chicago Mayor Richard M. Daley is advocating the decriminalization of marijuana possession, proposing to make the offense similar to an ordinance violation rather than a criminal action, with violators subject to fees and fines instead of jail time.
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Criminal Justice
August 3, 1996
By Robert L. Maginnis
In this Insight from the FRC, Robert Maginnis asserts that Marijuana is a last reasort for therapy for a few illnesses like AIDS.
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Health Care
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Criminal Justice
May 1, 1997
By Kathleen Fackelmann
In this article, the author notes that for decases, the debate over marijuana's role as a medicinal drug has waxed and waned.
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Health Care
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Criminal Justice
October 15, 2019
By Heartland Staff
The ban goes into effect on October 22, will be in place for 120 days, and temporarily bans the sale of flavored e-cigarettes, including mint menthol, but does not include tobacco and marijuana flavors.
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Alcohol & Tobacco
Regulation
February 8, 2022
By Samantha Fillmore
In this Research & Commentary, Samantha Fillmore examines a House Bill in South Dakota that would increase taxes on the gross receipts of all mamajuana sales in the state.
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Taxes
July 19, 2014
By Benjamin Domenech
Gambling and marijuana are corrupting the people and Michael Gerson is on it:Two of the larger social trends of our time — the growth of payday gambling and the legalization of marijuana — have two things in common: They are justified as the expansion of
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Law
August 1, 2019
By Heartland Staff
Recent study by Penn State researchers examined costs to states' Medicaid programs in treating the opioid epidemic, finding these costs exceeded more than $3 billion in 2013.
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Regulation
Health Care
October 24, 2013
By Nick Gillespie
In this post at Reason that also appeared at Time, the unbiquitous Nick Gillespie writes about the growing acceptance of marijuana legalization in the nation.
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Regulation
Health Care
March 21, 2016
By Dustin Siggins
Lawmakers in Davis, California abandoned plans to ask voters to approve higher excise taxes on sweetened beverages and recreational marijuana, choosing to table discussions on the proposed sin taxes to a later date.
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Government Spending
Taxes
Health Care
 

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