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Spaniards call potheads "kangaroos" because when the police come, they stow their joints - not in pockets which can be legally
Pennsylvania State Senator Daylin Leach, who sponsored the medical marijuana bill with Republican Senator Mike Folmer, was
Muriel Bowser, the mayor of Washington D.C., deserves at least an honorable mention, for standing strong in the face of threats of jail time from House Republicans, for allowing the will of the voters (70 percent of them) to become law this week.
Major marijuana advocates weigh in on the legalization measure which will be on the DC voting ballot in November 2014. The advocates note that there's strong support, and are hopeful that the bill will pass.
This year, three initiatives are moving forward in Florida that can help control the quality, quantity and delivery of a substance that can help thousands of suffering Floridians.
Platshorn says in key states like Florida and California, seniors are one of the most powerful voter groups -- so when it
It's 2014. We've got 58 percent public support. It's time to shift from "prohibition is bad" to "responsible marijuana use is normal." Please, NORML, don't let us down.
It's all becoming clear now. House Republicans are just really big fans of Douglas Adams -- that's been their plan all along.
NIDA and other government agencies are privy to this information, of course, yet they willfully choose to ignore it -- as does the Obama administration. It shouldn't.
Both U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder and Dr. Sanjay Gupta made headlines last week by officially changing their positions on drugs.
The availability of highly potent strains of marijuana and marijuana-derived concentrates is nothing new. And neither are alarmist claims that these products pose unique dangers to public health. But such claims require clarification and context.
NORML's Allen St. Pierre isn't buying it. But some involved in the fight suggest a more direct motive for the opposition
2012-08-28-scblog2.pngThis year's Hempfest included a real debate, which was whether marijuana users should vote for Initiative 502 -- the marijuana-legalization initiative that will appear on the November 6 statewide ballot.
Of course, marijuana remains mostly illegal, and the National Institute on Drug Abuse says weed impairs thinking, coordination
“National Weed Day” (started by a group of five stoner California high school friends in 1970), also gives activists the
When St. Michael's High School in Santa Fe, New Mexico, sent out a letter in February about a proposed random drug testing program for next school year, it ignited a controversy among parents at the private school.
In January, the Campaign to Regulate Marijuana Like Alcohol turned in more than 160,000 signatures in favor of the legalization
The amendment seeks to make the personal use, possession and limited home-growing of marijuana legal for adults aged 21 and