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Protesting the Pipeline

Militarized police and their collusion with powerful oil interests, a call for the national guard and protection of historic treaties and water rights. Read more about protesting the pipeline.

North Dakota Protesters Petition After Dog Attacks, Sheriff Does Nothing

Have you been following the news about the brutal attacks on North Dakota protestors protesting the Keystone XL Pipeline project through sacred Native lands? The Sheriff in Morton County has refused to protect the protestors and now they want him out.

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Andrew Zimmern Discusses Twin Cities Police Violence, Racism, Humanity on Sway in the Morning

Andrew Zimmern

Andrew Zimmern stopped by the Sway in the Morning radio show on Shade 45, a Sirius XM radio station owned by rap artist Eminem.

Prince Opioid Overdose Another Saga of Drug Debate in Music

Prince

Pop icon Prince has been all over the headlines, especially in the media in Minnesota, but countless magazines and newspapers have adorned their covers with his personna, paying homage to the cultural, secretly philanthropic and inspirational performer, who is now believed to have died of a drug overdose. The drug, fentanyl is stronger than heroin, and Midwest Medical Examiner’s Office released their report yesterday, according to reports.

Happy 420! Read These Great Pot Articles to Learn All About Cannabis

Drug War Times Website by LMP

Check out The Drug War Times articles that detail the news, history, politics, medical applications and scientific facts about marijuana.

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Concert to be Held to Benefit Pregnancy Resource Group in Mankato

Pregnant Woman

There will be a concert to benefit Options for Women | Mankato, a resource center for pregnant women, on April 23 at Hosana Lutheran Church.

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Minnesota Adds Chronic Pain to Legal Medical Cannabis Conditions

MN NORML

Minnesota became the 19th state out of 24 to allow medical cannabis use for the treatment of chronic and intractable pain, that is pain that cannot be taken away medically. Tech Times reported earlier this month that the condition was added to the list after the government heard scientific research and testimony from 500 Minnesotans on the subject. About 90 percent of those interviewed thought that the pain relief use condition should be added to the state's medicinal marijuana program.

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New Spike Lee Joint: Chiraq

Spike Lee's new joint, Chiraq, is his new movie about the violence in Chicago that has given it the new moniker, "Chiraq" due to a higher casualty rate in the city than in a combined amount of troop casualties over time in the Iraq war. His newest venture is a peering look into a Midwest city that faces economic, social and cultural challenges in one of the largest cities in the nation, and one with a bloody reputation dating back 100 years or more.

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Keldamuzik Speaks 'No More' thru a Pictorial

Domestic Violence Awareness Pictorial

Domestic Violence Awareness
Written by Jamila Choyce

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Is Minnesota's Legal Medical Marijuana Program a Failure?

Is Minnesota's legislation on medical marijuana a failure or is it just growing pains? Pun intended.

Minnesota's medical marijuana law is one of the most strict in the United States and you must have one of nine different conditions to even qualify. Insurance does not cover the cost either. The Associated Press recently interviewed a couple different patients who gave up on the process and went back to buying pot illegally in the black market because it is cheaper.

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