CANNABIS CULTURE – Canadians, Americans, Europeans in many jurisdictions consider that they have oppressive laws.
TORONTO – As Canada’s burgeoning medical marijuana industry ignites, a number of local pot producers are looking to take their homegrown expertise abroad.
On the UN's International Day Against Drug Abuse, activists in 150 cities worldwide are saying prohibition is the problem, not the solution.
The curious legal structure of state and federal laws in America has left many around the world with questions about why marijuana is treated with such a wide disparity in different regions.
The DEA was collecting mass numbers of Americans' foreign calls prior to Sept. 11.
The 2011 Global Commission on Drug Policy's opening declaration -- "the global war on drugs has failed, with devastating consequences for individuals and societies [...] fundamental reforms in national and global drug control policies are urgently needed" -- could hardly be more definitive.
We insist that poor, drug-producing countries save us from ourselves, but at what cost to them?
As Marc Emery Returns to Canada, U.S. Scientists Still Face Obstacles Researching Medicinal Marijuana
After serving a five-year prison sentence for selling marijuana seeds to U.S. customers, Vancouver's Marc Emery is expected to cross the border back into Canada on Tuesday (August 12).
Virgin Group founder Sir Richard Branson has used his address at the international AIDS conference in Melbourne to once again call for an alternative approach to prohibitionist drug laws.
On June 26, over 100 cities in at least 46 countries will speak out.