It took a little while for Missouri Rep. Shawn Rhoads’ colleagues to wrap their heads around the idea of taxing marijuana and other illegal drugs.
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Whether Ross Ulbricht was guilty or not of being the Silk Road drug sales "mastermind" misses the point: Silk Road has created a new drug sales model.
Psychiatry has an important role in our understanding of drugs and drug use. And it isn't all in the service of Big Pharma.
When Olympic snowboarder Ross Rebagliati tested positive for a small amount of marijuana in his blood at the 1998 Japan games, his first-place finish was temporarily called into question.
Two major papers have found a positive correlation between high childhood IQ and adult drug use.
That's the big take-home from the 2014 Monitoring the Future study by the University of Michigan and the National Institutes on Drug Abuse, which was released Tuesday morning.
Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul hinted in an interview Friday that he smoked marijuana in his youth, adding that voters should not confuse his push for reduced criminal penalties for drug offenses as an endorsement of drug use.
The idea that addiction is typically a chronic, progressive disease that requires treatment is false, the evidence shows. Yet the "aging out" experience of the majority is ignored by treatment providers and journalists.
Policy paper due for discussion at next month's party conference also proposes an open market in cannabis
A new law allows a pregnant woman to be charged with assault for harm to her fetus.