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Marijuana Anonymous ( MA) founded in 1989 is an organization and twelve-step program for people with common desire to maintain abstinence from marijuana. Contents 1 History 2 Organization 3 Meetings 4 Literature 4.1 Life With Hope 4.2 A New Leaf 4.3 Pamphlets 5 References 6 External links History
The parents accused Miller of grooming the child at age 12 and supplying Gibson with alcohol, marijuana and LSD. They accused Miller of physical and emotional abuse and displaying cult-like...
The following is a list of cannabis rights organizations: Contents 1 Cannabis rights organizations 1.1 Political parties 1.2 Festivals 1.3 Churches 1.4 Museums 2 See also Cannabis rights organizations Alliance for Cannabis Therapeutics American Alliance for Medical Cannabis American Civil Liberties Union American Medical Marijuana Association
The following is a list of anti- cannabis organizations and campaigns: Contents 1 Anti-cannabis organizations 1.1 Private-sector organizations 1.2 Political parties 1.3 Governmental organizations 2 Anti-cannabis campaigns 2.1 Public campaigns 2.2 Mass media 3 Museums 4 See also 5 References 6 Further reading Anti-cannabis organizations
420 (cannabis culture) 420, 4:20, or 4/20 (pronounced four-twenty) is cannabis culture slang for marijuana and hashish consumption, especially smoking around the time 4:20 p.m (16:20 UTC ). It also refers to cannabis -oriented celebrations that take place annually on April 20 (4/20 in U.S. form ).
The Alliance for Cannabis Therapeutics ( ACT) is an organization supporting medical marijuana that was founded in 1981 by Robert C. Randall and Alice O'Leary.  Randall was the first person known to have successfully used medical necessity as a defense against a charge of marijuana possession in violation of the Controlled Substances Act. 
Global Marijuana March. Legality of cannabis. Internationally. Regulatory agencies. 1961 Single Convention on Narcotic Drugs. 1971 Vienna Convention on Psychotropic Substances. 1998 UN Convention on Illicit Trafficking.
Several periodicals carry columns on cannabis . "Philly420", The Philadelphia Inquirer, begun by Chris Goldstein in 2012    "The Cannabist", The Denver Post, begun by Ricardo Baca in 2013  Julie Weed blog, Forbes, started 2015 by Julie Weed  Erica Freeman column, The Coloradoan, begun in 2015