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Jasmine Aquino: Federal barriers to funding prevent essential cannabis research

Marijuana’s popularity keeps growing, but the sprouting knowledge surrounding its dangers and benefits are nipped at the bud by a lack of research funding. Daily Bruin Opinion columnist Jasmine Aquino explores the hazy future of cannabis research and Proposition 64’s effects on its obstacles, arguing that there are innovate resources for these efforts. Read more...

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Cannabis consumers often visit smoke shops to buy pipes, papers or ashtrays for their marijuana. Some smoke shops hang signs to remind their customers about the business policies and federal laws about the drug. Glass shops with “bongs” often do the same. (Jintak Han/Assistant Photo editor)
Cannabis consumers often visit smoke shops to buy pipes, papers or ashtrays for their marijuana. Some smoke shops hang signs to remind their customers about the business policies and federal laws about the drug. Glass shops with “bongs” often do the same. (Jintak Han/Assistant Photo editor)

(Jesse Wang/Daily Bruin)
(Jesse Wang/Daily Bruin)

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UCLA students take a bow after performing in "Catalyst," the 2012 Chinese American Culture Night. (Creative Commons photo by Justin Higuchi via Flickr)
UCLA students take a bow after performing in "Catalyst," the 2012 Chinese American Culture Night. (Creative Commons photo by Justin Higuchi via Flickr)

Students protest racial discrimination at UCLA during a 2013 sit-in at Moore Hall. (Daily Bruin file photo)
Students protest racial discrimination at UCLA during a 2013 sit-in at Moore Hall. (Daily Bruin file photo)



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