A voter initiative legalizing recreational marijuana will be on the November ballot after the Arizona Supreme Court rejected a final legal challenge.
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Colombia said on Friday it plans to legalize medical marijuana in a further shift in drug policy after suspending aerial fumigation of illicit crops.
I am the author of Just Say Yes: A Marijuana Memoir, published on April 20 this year.
As a scientist working to improve the health of people living with HIV/AIDS who use illicit drugs, I’m reminded every day of the impacts of our government’s policies on drugs.
Bernie Sanders isn’t done talking about criminal justice reform — in fact, he’s merely getting started.
Richard Branson, Sting and Russell Brand join MPs including Caroline Lucas and Keith Vaz pushing for change in open letter
In some ways, 2012 has been a year of dramatic, exciting change in drug policy, as the edifice of global drug prohibition appears to crumble before our eyes.
For three days last weekend, the towering Westin Bonaventure Hotel in downtown Los Angeles was awash with drug reform activists running from presentation to presentation and chatting in hallway confabs while discussing myriad topics on the streets outside.
On July 6, President Obama will take questions via Twitter in another online townhall meeting. Like other Presidential Internet events of the past, questions about marijuana are sure to be popular. Will Obama again dismiss them with a laugh?