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A 46 per cent fall in the number of arrests for cannabis possession in England and Wales
Twerton beat manager Adge Secker has the backing of the local constabulary
With fewer than 4,000 approved patients, the nascent medical marijuana business in Illinois is off to a slow start.
A new invention may soon make it easier for police who pull over risky drivers to test them for marijuana impairment on the spot, in addition to the usual alcohol breath test.
Incidents up 30% since Stephen Harper government elected in 2006
Seattle's first legal recreational marijuana store opened one year ago today. Over that time, there have been more than a quarter-billion dollars in cannabis sales and more than $70 million generated in taxes for local and state governments.
A new report lays out civil asset forfeiture abuses in California, and it isn't pretty. But the pressure for reforms is mounting.
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.
Attorney General Eric H. Holder Jr. on Friday barred local and state police from using federal law to seize cash, cars and other property without proving that a crime occurred.