The drug war is a cash cow for prison owners, cops, guards, lawyers, judges, bailiffs and others.
The future for legal pot and drug reform is very much in doubt.
In a world where alcohol and tobacco remain legal, it’s just illogical that cannabis -- with its many benefits -- is still illegal Furthermore, legalizing it could ease some of the US' social, economic and even foreign problemsIn a world where alcohol and tobacco remain legal, it’s just illogical that cannabis—with its many benefits—is still illegal.
The war on cannabis that began in the 1930s seems to be coming to an end. But skeptics question the sudden push for legalization, which is largely funded by wealthy investors linked to Big Ag and Big Pharma.
In the span of just a few weeks, the state Legislature passed—and Gov. Jerry Brown approved—a series of bills that further the cause of social justice on a wide range of issues.
The reasons behind the Italian armed forces growing marijuana in a military lab are more noble than you might expect.
The editorial board of The New York Times has weighed in with its collective take on decriminalizing marijuana use, and it can be summed up with two familiar words: Legalize it.
A review of evidence conducted by the American Academy of Neurology found that marijuana has no proven benefit for any neurological disorder besides multiple sclerosis, and that it has significant adverse effects.
Breaking a barrier for the legal pot industry, this ad for Marijuana Doctors.com "appeared on Fox, CNN, ESPN, Comedy Central, AMC, and Discovery," The Verge reports.