Just what are they smoking down in the Parliamentary Budget Office?
Bob Dillman was first authorized to grow marijuana for his own medical use in 2008. Now, almost seven years later, he and his wife are facing charges of possession and production of cannabis.
The president's Fiscal Year 2016 budget proposal is out, and when it comes to the war on drugs, Obama is pretty much staying the course.
President Obama’s $4 trillion budget plan would allow the District to spend its own tax dollars to legalize and regulate marijuana by rolling back restrictions put in place by Republican lawmakers last year.
Colorado’s marijuana experiment was designed to raise revenue for the state and its schools, but a state law may put some of the tax money directly into residents’ pockets, causing quite a headache for lawmakers.
How did a law to regulate heroin traffic turn into the costly, futile War on Drugs?
The RCMP and Canadian military have spent nearly $11.5 million in the last eight years on a national search-and-destroy mission for illicit marijuana crops.
The head of the military's Southern Command wants more money to fight a losing battle.
The DEA is a failed institution.
State legislators Wednesday sharply criticized the state agency overseeing Colorado's medical-marijuana industry for spending on patio furniture, $1,000 office chairs and a vehicle fleet it didn't need, all at a time it was struggling to fulfill its enforcement duties.