A legal medical marijuana user wrongfully fired from Wal-Mart after testing positive for a drug test will go in front of a Michigan judge to plead his case in a hearing that starts today.
In a ruling that took aim at those advocating an end to the current criminal prohibition on marijuana, the court said disagreeing with the law does not permit you to break it.
For Brian McGacken of Farmingdale, New Jersey, an evening of loud sex resulted in a 10-year prison sentence for growing marijuana.
Seattle's new city attorney is dismissing all marijuana-possession cases, starting with those that were already under way under the old city attorney.
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