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Stroup's column, which will appear every Sunday, will cover local, state, and federal marijuana policy and social issues. "Keith is like the godfather of the marijuana reform movement," said Justin Hartfield , CEO of Weedmaps.com and Marijuana.com. "
Ministry of Health a complete rethink is needed of all drug control laws and policies. In it's submission to the discussion document on the New National Drug Policy , New Zealand's longest running cannabis law reform group said the lack of any
With marijuana legalization in Colorado and Washington, and the possibility of other states following suit, DUI laws for pot are becoming a huge point of contention. This map, from Denmon & Denmon Trial Lawyers , shows the three ways states can
As the legalization of marijuana in Colorado begins to take effect, charges and cries of price gouging for the former “demon weed” are being heard throughout the “high country.” That is to say that “hemp
It was the morning of a 2010 playoff game, and one of the Nuggets had just smoked some nuggets. As the team practiced, the player was so high that Rex Chapman, a team executive at the time, had to pull him aside to get him to focus. "Across all walks
West Sacramento medical marijuana users and their caregivers could soon need a city-issued permit to grow cannabis indoors under an ordinance headed for a City Council vote in January. The ordinance extends the city's nearly two-year ban on outdoor
As we near the end of 2013, NPR is taking a look at the numbers that tell the story of this year. They're numbers that, if you really understand them, give insight into the world we live in. This year, for the first time, national polls show a
Mr. Hanger, one of eight candidates in the crowded field for the Democratic gubernatorial nomination, has proposed allowing doctors to prescribe medical use of marijuana, decriminalizing charges against those found in possession of small amounts of
Our principles include Adults Only, Respect the Rights of Others, and No Driving While Impaired, said Chris Fowlie, spokesperson for the campaign. However it's important to realise that current drug testing methods do not measure impairment and may
An aging drug law reform group is staging a pretty modern publicity stunt right now: The National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws is trying to get a pro-marijuana advertisement on international television during the upcoming Super Bowl.