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Marijuana -- Legalization is Inevitable: What Happens to Cannabis Crimes Now? - Price Benowitz, LLP

Marijuana -- Legalization is Inevitable: What Happens to Cannabis Crimes Now? - Price Benowitz, LLP | Caribbean American Heritage Month | Scoop.it
OAKLAND, Calif., April 8, 2014 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- To date, 26 states and the District of Columbia have some form of marijuana legislation and/or decriminalization, with 13 states pending legislation to legalize medical marijuana. According to a Pew poll released last month, 75% of Americans believe marijuana legalization is inevitable. And yet, over 20 million Americans—disproportionall...

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We Caribbeaners need to take a collective view on this.. Look out for Programming  In JUNE..  Peter Tosh must be smiling somewhere..

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Price Benowitz LLP's curator insight, April 10, 2014 10:10 AM

This is an interesting article discussing the issue of marijuana and it's legalization. The big question is what happens to cannabis crimes? The legalization of marijuana has huge and far reaching implications not just to the legal world, but to society as a whole. 


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The Caribbean Diaspora Weekly Promo (coming April 29th to Caribvision)

Starting on April 29th at 10:30PM The Caribbean Diaspora Weekly (powered by Caribcast.tv and Jamaicans.com) becomes available in over 20 Caribbean markets an...
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Just in time for Caribbean American Heritage Month. And Check out ComeSEE TV Diaspora Special pricing for Caribbean American Heritage Month.. If you have an event you want to see on TV.. Contact  us at icsdcorg@gmail.com

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