The American Civil Liberties Union of Washington, in collaboration with noted travel author and NORML Advisory Board Member Rick Steves, is launching a multimedia public-education campaign to encourage communities take part in an “honest, candid discussion” regarding America’s marijuana policies.
Historically, the federal government has been charged with patrolling and regulating travel across the international border with Mexico. However in a TSA, post-911 America, federal law enforcement under the guise of immigration control, are now regularly setting up automobile checkpoints hundreds of miles from their traditional jurisdiction
Fifteen years later, bittersweetly, let’s be thankful that the writers from The Wire are willing to speak out against the status quo of America’s drug policy both in supremely crafted storytelling and in the pages of Time Magazine.
So for the second month in a row we have researchers from New Zealand telling us that pot smoking has little-to-no association with cancer. But perhaps you missed the first study.
Michigan voters will be deciding on more than just the next President this November; they…
On Wednesday, March 5, the New Hampshire House is scheduled to debate and vote on House Bill 1623. As amended, this measure would reclassify minor marijuana penalties from a misdemeanor to a civil violation.
Recently, we all have been anointed with human growth any purportedly natural or herbal pill with a fancy name you cannot pronounce, but all I ever wanted was a joint.
My recent essay, “Making Pot Legal; We Can Do It — Here’s How,” yielded a…