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The Bill to Legalize Recreational Cannabis in Iceland


Iceland is about to introduce a bill to legalize adult-use cannabis for the entire nation.

“We have been working on this bill since December. 625 more words


Thoughts On Pain

A few years ago there was a frank, open, and honest discussion about pain among patients, staff, family and community members that was quite enlightening.  Several important and interesting things were brought up that today’s “Opiate Abuse” culture could learn from: 281 more words


NORML Canada Testifies In Parliament On Impending Legalization

by Clare Sausen, NORML Junior Associate

September 21, 2017

When Trudeau announced his decision to legalize marijuana in Canada (set to take effect in 2018), Trump-fearing Americans  283 more words


Trademarks: Mozambique close to join the Banjul Protocol and the Vienna Agreement

On this past Tuesday, 19th of September of 2017,the Council of Ministers of Mozambique, at its 33rd Ordinary Session, approved a resolution so that the the country may acceed to the Banjul Protocol on Trademarks (ARIPO). 125 more words


There’s a 3 in 5 Chance That New Mexico’s Next Governor Will Back Legalization



September 20, 2017


Things are looking up for cannabis advocates in New Mexico, as three of the five candidates in the gubernatorial race support legalizing the adult use of cannabis. 418 more words

Government & Regulations

ESSA, Family Engagement, and Your PTA

Implementation of the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) continues to make progress, with the US Department of Education approving Illinois’s ESSA plan. In Congress, the House of Representatives has… 446 more words

Running A PTA

Understanding the Graham-Cassidy legislation

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