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“It’s Russian roulette”: State authorities concerned by street drug in some CBD vapes

Jay Jenkins says he hesitated when a buddy suggested they vape CBD.

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Medical pot laws no answer for U.S. opioid deaths, study says

A new study shoots down the notion that medical marijuana laws can prevent opioid overdose deaths, challenging a favorite talking point of legal pot advocates.

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NFL and players’ union to study potential use of marijuana for pain management

The NFL and the NFL Players Association have agreed to form two new joint medical committees, one of which is to study the potential use of marijuana as a pain-management tool for players and review teams’ policies and practices for the use of prescription medication by players.

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101 bills that passed and failed: A digest of what you missed in the 2018 Colorado legislative session, from taxes to crime to transportation

Colorado lawmakers introduced more than 700 bills in the 2018 legislative session covering a wide range of topics. If you’re wondering what you missed, one line about 101 bills that passed or failed in the 120-day term.

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Cancer docs feel unprepared, but recommend marijuana anyway

Nearly half of U.S. cancer doctors who responded to a survey say they’ve recently recommended medical marijuana to patients, although most say they don’t know enough about medicinal use.

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After sounding alarm about increased crime, Sessions credits Trump with crime rate drop in first half of 2017

Sessions is making the case Trump administration anti-crime policies are working, even though the trend already was apparent when he repeatedly warned that crime was out of control.

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AG Sessions wants to put more cops on the opioid beat. Experts say that won’t solve the problem.

If the opioid epidemic was simply a problem of supply – people being able to access drugs too easily – then a targeted new effort in Appalachia announced by Attorney General Jeff Sessions this week would be a huge stride toward combating the crisis.

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Opioid epidemic shares chilling similarities with the past

While declaring the opioid crisis a national public health emergency Thursday, President Donald Trump said: “Nobody has seen anything like what’s going on now.”

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Opioid commission members pessimistic that Trump, Congress will act

Members of Trump’s commission to combat the opioid epidemic are increasingly worried the Trump administration will not have a robust response.

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Legalization opponent Kevin Sabet takes on Colorado at anti-marijuana event

Marijuana has become a religion led by the false prophet money, Smart Approaches to Marijuana (SAM) president Kevin Sabet told a symposium at Colorado Christian University.

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