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Salem-News.com (Apr-10-2014 10:19)

Oregon`s Grassroots Cannabis Campaign Moves Forward

Legal use of cannabis will stop needless police action and bring in money to the State of Oregon.

(SALEM) - marijuana clones Initiative Petitions 21 and 22, The Oregon Cannabis Amendment and The Oregon Cannabis Tax Act, headed by The Campaign for the Restoration and Regulation of Hemp (CRRH), are in the race for the July 3 deadline.

Initiative 21 would end criminal penalties for cannabis, while Initiative 22 regulates and taxes cannabis, including hemp for industrial and agricultural uses.

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Salem-News.com (Feb-21-2014 11:26)

Marijuana: Good for Mental Diseases

40,000,000 patients say “Yes”

(PORTLAND, Ore.) - marijuana medicine There appears to be a great controversy about whether Marijuana/Cannabis is beneficial for mental disease or if it is really harmful.

One thing I noticed is that if a research physician or group wants to get a huge grant from a federal anti-marijuana agency, is for them to have the word marijuana near the words “drug abuse” or “dangers”. For this, there are hundreds of studies and/or articles.

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Salem-News.com (Feb-18-2014 10:11)

Oregon Marijuana Legalization Bill Stays Alive In Legislature

Activists Look To End Marijuana Prohibition in 2014

(SALEM) - marijuana oregon A bill that would ask Oregon voters if they want to legalize marijuana while leaving the regulations up to the Legislature passed its first committee last Thursday.

Senate Bill 1556 passed the Senate Judiciary Committee on a 3-2 vote, with all Democrats supporting it and all Republicans opposing, reports Jeff Mapes at The Oregonian. The bill now goes to the Senate Rules Committee.

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Salem-News.com (Feb-10-2014 13:48)

Heroin Deaths: Blocked by Marijuana

Marijuana: Safer than Heroin and Opiates

(PORTLAND, OR) - Marijuana saves lives The heroin addictions and deaths have caught the attention of The New York Times and other newspapers on the East Coast.

It is estimated that there are 100,000 heroin addicts in the United States. Most of them are working addicts. Once in a while they get some bad stuff and O.D. and apparently some "off themselves" when they can not get their regular fixes.

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Salem-News.com (Feb-06-2014 04:20)

Medical Marijuana Dispensaries Stay Open in Marion County Amid Resolution Against Them

Will this anti-dispensary resolution affect the unincorporated areas of Marion County? Most likely.

(SALEM) - Jason Myers The subject in front of the Marion County Commissioners was not about recreational marijuana. They convened to discuss making an official resolution against legal medical marijuana patients having access to medicine via dispensaries.

Knowing full well that no pharmacy can sell cannabis to patients, they want the world to know that they are against dispensaries in this county, regardless of the risk of harm to its citizens.

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Salem-News.com (Feb-04-2014 21:16)

Medical Marijuana Advocates Meet Wednesday to Keep Dispensaries Open in Salem

Patients and dispensary owners say the Commissioner's meeting was kept very quiet, until now.

(SALEM) - medical marijuana dispensaries Last August, Governor Kitzhaber signed a Medical Marijuana dispensaries bill into law. House Bill 3460 was supported of Oregon’s Attorney General, Ellen Rosenblum.

Today, in a rather bizarre turn of events, we received word that the Marion County Commissioners are meeting at 9 a.m. tomorrow morning and will apparently be discussing the elimination of dispensaries in Salem, Oregon, which are presently operating "in the gray area" as they have for the last couple of years.

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Salem-News.com (Feb-01-2014 18:40)

Marijuana: 55 Reasons It Should be Legal

Special thanks to Storm Crow for her extensive efforts in compiling this important information of illnesses and diseases treatable with Medical Marijuana.

(PORTLAND, OR) - medical marijuana There are many positive health treatment applications that can be derived from the marijuana or cannabis plant. The active ingredient in marijuana, tetrahydrocannabinol, or THC, is only one element of this natural plant with the potential to cure and manage varying ailments.

States across the union are increasingly adapting new laws that allow access to marijuana for medical purposes, and two additional states, Washington and Colorado, have decriminalized possession of the plant.

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Salem-News.com (Dec-30-2013 12:07)

PTSD: The Other Ultimate Sacrifices And Marijuana

Is there any limit to what Veterans must endure? Where is the "support for troops" now?

(PORTLAND, Ore.) - Dr. Phil Leveque PTSD I have nothing but honor and utmost respect for the 300,000 of my fellow dogfaces in WWII who died so that I could write these stories honoring them.

I was committed to combat late in WWII, but many in my company and my battalion whom I knew well were killed, many just in front of me. It is an eerie feeling just to remember “there but by the grace of God, go I”. This happened too often when I was in a combat zone but for only about three months. I even get those feelings today, 68 years later. This is PTSD.

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Salem-News.com (Dec-24-2013 11:54)

PTSD: Anxiety, Fear and Anguish

One dictionary said “depression is sadness”, if that is so, PTSD is cancer of the soul.

(PORTLAND, Ore.) - Suicide sadness “Marijuana works best,” say combat Veterans. I base this statement from my experience with hundreds of Vietnam veterans who discovered that C/MJ worked better than any other medicine given them by the medics for “battle terrors”, and its sequel, PTSD.

The military, especially the owners of the combat infantryman, have been calling PTSD “depression”. I researched many websites to see if I could find a medical definition. What I found was seemingly unlimited advertising for anti-depressant drugs which did not offer signs nor symptoms of depression.

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Salem-News.com (Dec-18-2013 10:32)

Autism, ADD, ADHD;
Marijuana Therapy VS Dangerous Lethal Drugs

Adderall, Dexedrine, Vyvanse, Concerta, Strattera, and Ritalin are the deadly culprits.

(PORTLAND, Ore.) - Cannabis/Marijuana The New York Times just published a new big article on December 15th, 2013 about the extreme dangers of this type of medicine and the repugnant, craven quakes who make millions of dollars advocating for and writing prescriptions for these drugs.

These actions have boosted sales from $2 Billion to $8 Billion a year in the last 10 years. And in the process have produced many Multi-Millionaire Doctors.

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