Sometimes life is so strange that if you wrote it as fiction it would be panned as unbelievable and absurd. On second thought, it is dealing with American politics and the weirdness of that which encroaches on the vagaries of calling 1-6 on a particular throw of a die.
In case you didn't here already: Schwarzenegger Invites Marijuana Legalization Talks
Though the media has made barely a peep about the issue, it looks like Mexico will legalize small amounts of drugs for personal use.
Patient and activist Will Foster has been sitting in Sonoma County jail for more than a year for a small medical marijuana garden.
Part 2 of Clearhead C's great Canadian Overgrow.
Drug Policy Alliance founder and director Ethan Nadelmann went toe-to-toe with funnyman Stephen Colbert to discuss the immediate need for drug law reform.
A couple of years ago, our mutual friend, Norman Kent, who we have both known for decades sent you a letter gently suggesting that you reexamine your position regarding marijuana.
In what has to be one of the wackiest stories this election, BC Liberal candidate Kash Heed (formerly one of the few brave police voices in favor of ending drug prohibition and now apparently rethinking that position in a bid to get elected) is threatening to sue NDP candidate Gabriel Yiu for claiming that Heed actually wants to end drug prohibition.