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.
Senate Bill 2865, which seeks to allow for the therapeutic use of cannabis for qualified patients, passed the Senate Public Health Committee and now awaits action from the full Senate.
For the third consecutive year, pot arrests are up in the city of Denver. Why is this news? It’s news because Denver voters have twice since 2005 passed municipal initiatives ordering the cops to stop making minor pot busts.
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…
Okay, so setting aside the fact that Senator Harkin’s response pertains to legalization of marijuana, and NOT medical cannabis as the constituent asked about, let’s deconstruct some of the myths propagated in this letter.
Illinois’ Senate Public Health Committee will hold a hearing this Wednesday, March 5, on Senate…
For years now, British police and news reporters have blamed everything from psychosis and suicide to criminal acts like rape and murder on the after-effects of smoking “skunk,” aka allegedly super-potent pot.