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  • Marihuana is used in India, in Tunisia and in Morocco.

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  • Saying very bad things about the newly circulated word "Marihuana" allowed corporate commodity giants to discredit HEMP .... few persons in the 1920's and 1930's actually knew that the new word 'marihuana', hemp and cannabis were related.

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  • And don't forget LSD, Mescaline, Peyote, Psilocybin Mushrooms and other "hallucinogens," including the quaintly spelled "Marihuana" and separately, the Tetrahydrocannabinols, defined to cover the plant and all synthetic equivalents of the substances contained in the cannabis plant.

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  • According to Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette, the memo shows that the Michigan Medical Marihuana Act -- passed by 63 percent of voters in 2008 -- is entirely pre-empted by federal drug law.

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  • An early anti-drug law is titled the "1937 Marihuana Tax Act," and to stay consistent with that law, it is often so-spelled in modern laws relating to marijuana, according to Wikipedia.

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  • An early anti-drug law is titled the "1937 Marihuana Tax Act," and to stay consistent with that law, it is often so-spelled in modern laws relating to marijuana, according to Wikipedia.

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  • An early anti-drug law is titled the "1937 Marihuana Tax Act," and to stay consistent with that law, it is often so-spelled in modern laws relating to marijuana, according to Wikipedia.

    New York, What Are You Smoking?

  • And then, at the beginning of the 1970s, the Controlled Substances Act codified all illegal drugs, and superceded the 1937 Marihuana Tax Act. But taxing illegal drugs, including marijuana, didn't end there.

    Chris Weigant: Taxing Marijuana

  • The very first federal law dealing with (pun intended) marijuana was the Marihuana Tax Act of 1937.

    Chris Weigant: Taxing Marijuana

  • His latest book, "Marihuana, the Forbidden Medicine," co - authored with James B. Bakalar, was published by Yale University Press in 1993 (revised and expanded edition, 1997) and has now been translated into ten languages.

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