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Sheriff’s Office: Woman Gave Kids Marijuana at Party

Authorities in southern Maryland say a woman gave marijuana to children at a birthday party and tried to teach a 6-year-old how to smoke.


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House Wants to Continue Ban on Sale of Legal Pot in D.C.

House Republicans want to continue blocking the District of Columbia from allowing legal marijuana sales.


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Baking With Marijuana Gets Fancier, More Accessible in the Age of Legalization

The marriage between baking and cannabis is becoming more creative now that recreational marijuana laws have been passed in several states.


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Several Hospitalized After Smoking Synthetic Marijuana in D.C.

A fire official says several people staying at a District of Columbia homeless shelter have been hospitalized after smoking synthetic marijuana.


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Study: Secondhand Pot Smoke Can Make People Fail Drug Test

A new study finds that exposure to secondhand marijuana smoke under severely unventilated conditions can lead to detectable levels of the drug in urine or blood.


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Activists Call for D.C. Marijuana Law Reform on 4/20

D.C. marijuana enthusiasts are calling for an expansion of the District’s weed laws on 4/20.


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Md. Lawmakers Repeal Prohibition on Marijuana Paraphernalia

It would no longer be a crime to possess marijuana-related paraphernalia in Maryland, under a bill approved by the Maryland General Assembly.


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‘Compromise’ Bill Approved, Legalizing Some Paraphernalia

A bill to decriminalize drug paraphernalia is headed back to the House chamber after getting support from the Senate.


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Md. House Oks Bill to Expand Expungement Eligibility

Maryland residents who were convicted of a crime that is no longer considered one would be able to have the conviction expunged, under a bill approved by the House of Delegates.


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2 Letter Carriers Plead Guilty to Delivering Marijuana

Two former letter carriers for the U.S. Postal Service have pleaded guilty to diverting packages of marijuana and delivering them to co-conspirators.