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A new medical marijuana company is developing a drug to protect NFL players’ brains. 
 
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Here at VapeXhale we are beyond excited about yesterday's election results! Oregon, Washington, D.C. and Alaska now allow recreational cannabis use and what better way to celebrate than to treat yourself to the healthiest, smoothest consumption experience with the VapeXhale Cloud EVO
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A handful of cities and states are voting to change marijuana regulations on November 4th. Find out where all the marijuana legalization votes are happening HERE.
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Oregon did not pass marijuana legalized legalization in 2012.  Here are some reasons why they may end up being the next step State to legalize marijuana for recreational use.
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A recent study has shown that THC may protect the brain after injury.  People who use marijuana may be more likely to survive a serious head injury than people who don’t the study shows.
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In a recent study by the National Pain Foundation, marijuana was rated most effective for treating Fibromyalgia. 62% of the patients surveyed stated marijuana was incredibly effective at treating the symptoms.
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Medical and retail marijuana dispensaries in Colorado will receive about 30 new rules related to almost every aspect of their businesses.  
"The state Marijuana Enforcement Division (MED) released the new rules Thursday. They change such things as the start-up licensing fees, and rules for cultivation, production, edibles, sales, employee training and product testing. Right down to a hand-washing requirement."
Hopefully the new regulations will help stabilize the consistently growing marijuana industry and continue to serve as an example for other states. 
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Marijuana Legalization in states like Alaska, Florida, Oregon and Washington, D.C. could mean a combined $3 billion in marijuana tax revenue if they legalize on Nov. 4. Colorado, the first state to allow the sale of recreational marijuana, is expected to take in $60 million to $70 million this year in taxes from legal cannabis sales. States such as Alaska, Florida and Oregon stand to collect millions in marijuana tax revenue if they legalize on Nov. 4
 
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Sometimes it's hard to keep up with the ever changing medical marijuana laws especially in newly legalized states. Thankfully we've found a great, easy to read guide with everything you need to know about the Illinois Medical Cannabis Program. The guide details topics like how to get your medical card, how much you can possess, qualifications for a card and more. 
 
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