DECRIMINALIZE POT, COMMONS COMMITTEE ARGUES
Several members on the House of Commons committee said in interviews that they favour eliminating a law that can saddle people with a criminal record for smoking marijuana.
COURT REVERSES MARIJUANA RULING
Reversing a lower court ruling, the U.S. Court of Appeals said that Congress had the right to block District of Columbia residents from voting on whether to legalize marijuana for medical use.
CALIFORNIA COUPLE SUES POLICE OVER RAID
A jury should determine whether the county and a sheriff’s detective must reimburse a pair of medical marijuana advocates whose plants and growing equipment were destroyed after a raid on their home, a court commissioner ruled this week.
HOW CANNABIS HELPS ALZHEIMER’S DISEASE
TREATIES NO BARRIER TO LEGALIZATION
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