In 2013, following the legalization of marijuana under Colorado and Washington state laws, the U.S. Department of Justice
Waltman later sued the sheriff for destruction of $225,000 in property. The case made it to federal court, where a judge
The reports of a crackdown on doctors with ties to medical marijuana come not long after DEA chief Michele Leonhart told
Medical marijuana advocates are turning up the heat on House lawmakers who last week voted against an amendment to block the Drug Enforcement Administration from cracking down on state-legal medical marijuana shops and patients.
Hermes, the Americans for Safe Access spokesman, told HuffPost that no ads against other members of Congress have been produced
Matt Sledge joins HuffPost Live to discuss the DEA raiding a woman's house after she shopped at a garden store.
Pelkie said the Will County State's Attorney makes its decisions on charges when the DEA presents its evidence. He refused
WASHINGTON -- The Drug Enforcement Administration destroyed fewer marijuana plants in 2012 and 2013 combined than it did
Applicants who admit to "limited youthful and experimental use of marijuana" may get an exception from the policy, making
The head of the Drug Enforcement Administration slammed President Barack Obama this week for saying marijuana is no more harmful than alcohol, according to a report Saturday in the Boston Herald.