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Three Ways to Fix U.S. Marijuana Laws

Even as U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions continues to say... Read More
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Fact Check: do the police spend over a million hours a year fighting cannabis?

According to the authoritative Crime Survey for England and Wales,... Read More
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Ohio supreme court judge calls for legalisation of marijuana

An Ohio supreme court justice who is considering a run... Read More
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Cannabis as pain relief for prisoner

A 31-year-man told the district court that he tried to... Read More
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Everything you need to know about cannabis and driving

The Canadian Drug Policy Coalition released a report giving a... Read More
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Five Things to Know About Federal Marijuana Drug Cases

The U.S. Sentencing Commission has released its overview of 2016.... Read More
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Wine Growers vs. Weed Growers

Dear Pot Lawyer, I read that wine growers are suing... Read More
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New Hampshire on Verge of Decriminalizing Cannabis Possession

The New Hampshire Senate approved a measure Thursday that would... Read More
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Wounded warriors, veterans rally for safe access to cannabis

WASHINGTON — A veteran who lives in D.C. suffering from... Read More
GLEN STUBBE ¥ gstubbe@startribune.com ÐÐÊTuesday, October 19, 2010 -- St. Paul, MN --  ]   K2, a synthetic marijuana.  Gregory Janis, Medtox research and development director developed a test for synthetic marijuana in urine samples.
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Synthetic Pot Use Poses A Big Problem For Bureau Of Prisons

Federal inmates get random urine tests for signs of use... Read More
A Drug Enforcement Adminsitration agent marks a church after he searches it for survivors and victims of Hurricane Katrina in New Orleans, Louisiana September 11, 2005. U.S. President George W. Bush headed to the U.S. Gulf Coast on Sunday to confront a region where the flood waters of Hurricane Katrina were receding but residents' frustration still overflowed and political recriminations were rising. REUTERS/Brian Snyder  BS/VP - RTRNJSV
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DEA Breaks The Law With Special Prosecutors To Rekindle Drug War

The U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) hopes to further capitalize... Read More