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Leafly investigation: Vape lung injuries date back to 2007

Leafly

The post Leafly investigation: Vape lung injuries date back to 2007 appeared first on Leafly. A review of medical literature and online forums finds that vape-related lung injuries began appearing shortly after the first nicotine devices hit the mass market.

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FBI: Marijuana Arrests Rise For Third Straight Year, Outpace Arrests For All Violent Crimes

NORML

It also marks the reversal of a trend of declining arrests that began following the year 2007, when police made a record 872,721 total marijuana-related arrests in the United States.

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CBP Officers Seize 223 Pounds of DMT at Gateway International Bridge

Cannabis Law Report

Customs and Border Protection (CBP) officers at the Gateway International Bridge intercepted a significant load of alleged dimethyltryptamine, commonly known as DMT, hidden within a 2007 BMW. Our CBP officers used multiple law enforcement tools to carry out this extraordinary seizure and our streets and neighborhoods are safer […]

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Veterans Affairs Canada And Their Cannabis Policy For Veterans

Cannabis Life Network

Changes in Cannabis Policy for Veterans since the introduction It all began in 2007, when Veterans Affairs Canada made the decision to reimburse a veteran for his medical cannabis expenses. Since then, the […].

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Top 420 Events in Vancouver – Past, Present, and What’s Trending?

Cannabis Life Network

By 2007, there were over 7,000 people at 4/20, packing the front of the Art Gallery. 420 has always been a protest and a celebration done right in Vancouver. It all started on April 20, 1995, when a few dozen people gathered to share and celebrate cannabis at Victory Square Park at Hastings and Cambie. The […].

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Michigan: State Supreme Court Rules Police Search Of Passenger’s Personal Property Is Unconstitutional

NORML

The judgement overturns a 2007 decision that barred passengers from challenging similar searches by members of law enforcement. The warrantless search of a passenger’s personal property during a traffic stop is unconstitutional, according to a ruling by the Michigan Supreme Court.

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Paper – Australian Institute Of Criminology ” TwitterLinkedInEmail Street-level drug law enforcement: an updated systematic review”

Cannabis Law Report

Abstract:…… The Global Policing Database is used to update a 2007 systematic review of the impact of street-level law enforcement interventions on drug crime and … Read More.

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