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  1. States Legalize Marijuana, But Google, Facebook, Twitter Just Say No to Pot Ads

    Google, Facebook, and Twitter have all gone on record saying that they will not allow sponsored ads, posts or tweets that promote the purchase or use of marijuana. While states like Colorado and Washington may have legalized recreational marijuana...

  2. Google Grants Cannabis Group $240,000 in AdWords Money & Other Products

    According to its guidelines, there are certain restrictions on prescription drugs and even tobacco, but since Michigan Compassion is not a direct retailer for prescription marijuana, rather an organization dedicated to the awareness of the...

  3. Many 2010 Election Results Too Close To Call

    Arizona Medical Marijuana Bill Still Too Close to Call: According to Niki D'Andrea of the Phoenix New Times blog, "As we reported, more than 70 percent of precincts have delivered voting results -- and Proposition 203, Arizona's Medical Marijuana...

  4. Ask.com's Top Questions of 2009: Refreshing, Existential and Disturbing

    How long does marijuana stay in your system? Is Michael Phelps using marijuana? So, it makes sense that their end-of-the-year list features questions instead of keywords. The questions are a refreshing departure from the usual fare seen on the end...

  5. Porn and Gambling: Canaries in the SEM Coal Mine?

    Just in the U.S.there are many state-by-state laws that are different -- for example, the medical use of marijuana -- that could allow domain grabs. Everyone knows that the Web was built by the porn and gambling industries.

  6. The Search Engine Report December 3, 2001 - Number 61

    Honorable mentions also went to topics that made the top 50 list for at least one year: the Backstreet Boys, the Bible, Eminem, Final Fantasy, Harry Potter, Marijuana, 'N Sync, Napster, Sailor Moon, The Simpsons, Skateboarding and South Park.

  7. The Search Engine Report, December 3, 2001, Number 61

    Honorable mentions also went to topics that made the top 50 list for at least one year: the Backstreet Boys, the Bible, Eminem, Final Fantasy, Harry Potter, Marijuana, 'N Sync, Napster, Sailor Moon, The Simpsons, Skateboarding and South Park.