Republican candidates for president convened second debate tonight in California and a marijuana-related question was asked, four candidates weighed in on the topic, which demonstrated clear policy fissures in the Republican Party on the topic of ending cannabis prohibition, the war on drugs in general and states’ rights.
Author: Allen St. Pierre, Former NORML Executive Director
With the reversal of House Speaker Shap Smith Vermont is positioned to become the first state legislature in America to vote in favor of legalizing marijuana.
Drug policy reform advocates pen letter-to-the-editor to Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) encouraging them to not confuse specific cannabinoid research with whole cannabis products in general as an effective and safe medicinal therapeutic.
Marijuana law reform beyond America’s borders: Today’s round up looks at Australia, Israel, Italy, United Kingdom and Portugal
Help save one of America’s original medical marijuana collectives for patients in Santa Cruz, California.
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A new report by the Institute of Taxation and Economic Policy (ITEP) adds considerable information to the base knowledge accumulating at the state level on new changes in laws and custom regarding cannabis legalization