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When televangelist Pat Robertson announced his support for legalizing marijuana last year, pot backers wasted no time in putting his picture on an electronic billboard in Colorado. More News Marijuana billboards have popped up along busy freeways
A 2-year-old with epilepsy is now receiving medical marijuana in New Jersey after her parents' months-long push to get her the drug they believe will help treat her. Vivian Wilson was the first patient Monday when Compassionate Care Foundation opened
Pot legalization in Colorado and Washington in 2012 was a cultural lightning strike that touched down on a legal fault line. Ever since, deep, powerful forces in the legal landscape have begun sliding and grinding. The Baltimore Sun records one such
TWO grey nomads have been charged with drug offences after police found 7.25kg of cannabis hidden in their caravan. The Fleurieu Peninsula couple were stopped by police on the Mallee Highway at Lameroo about 9.30am where their caravan was searched.
Much of the debate over the idea has focused on an American Civil Liberties Union report that suggests that the District and many other jurisdictions enforce their anti-marijuana laws unfairly, disproportionately arresting African American suspects...
Authorities have seized 500 kilograms (about 1,100 pounds) of cannabis during a routine check on a camping van entering southern Austria from Slovenia...Police in Carinthia province said the drugs divided into 500 packages were hidden inside the roof
A pro-marijuana group has filed an initiative that seeks to legalize pot in Oregon. New Approach Oregon filed the measure Friday with the secretary of state. The group says it will first push for state lawmakers to refer the new measure to the
Bredar noted that federal authorities announced this summer they would not pursue criminal cases against dispensaries and others legally handling marijuana in states where the drug has been legalized. Bredar, who called the hearing to discuss the
Staff writer State regulators overseeing marijuana legalization are asking for money to keep or hire 46 more employees next year. The biggest share of staff would make up an enforcement unit whose officers would oversee the businesses sprouting up to
Brennan Linsley/Associated Press Mexican lawmaker Fernando Belaunzaran takes a photo with his phone while touring a legal marijuana grow room Wednesday at River Rock marijuana dispensary in Denver. Several foreign lawmakers pushing for drug-law