Last week the United States Postal Service issued a memo out of its Portland offices with a warning to newspapers stating that continuing to print paid advertisements for marijuana dispensaries could put them in violation of the United States federal government, even if the newspaper is printed in a state where cannabis is legal.
The mayors of two of Vancouver Island’s biggest cities are calling on the federal Liberal government to advise them what to do with the illegal pot shops cropping up in their communities
Since pro-slavery senator James Henry Hammond coined the term “cotton is king” in 1858, the textile has enjoyed top billing as the world’s primary fabric.
An irate and intoxicated woman has reportedly called police to complain about the lack of marijuana available in a town on the West Australian south coast.
The federal government wants to be clear with its federal employees that might live in states that have reformed their marijuana laws: Marijuana remains illegal, so don't use it.
Yesterday the Louisiana Senate overwhelmingly approved a bill that would substantially reduce the state’s penalties for marijuana possession, currently among the harshest in the nation.
Four of 22 stores tested for compliance were caught selling weed to underage shoppers in state-run stings