CANNABIS CULTURE – The governments of British Columbia, Alberta, and Nova Scotia are currently seeking public feedback regarding proposed cannabis regulations in each province.
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Greenline Academy wants to be Canada’s top institute of higher learning, a place students can earn what amounts to a Master’s in medical marijuana.
Despite this the Dutch Supreme court cites the National Opium Act which may block even locals from patronizing the Netherlands' numerous quasi-legal coffee shops.
An assistant prosecutor told jurors this morning to follow the law and not use sympathy when weighing the fate of a 70-year-old woman facing a drug charge.
Arizona officials are taking the state's own medical marijuana law to court.
The Nova Scotia government is facing a lawsuit by a couple claiming the province should pay for their equipment to produce medical marijuana because they're too poor.
A former city councillor in Mission, B.C. is accusing the city of going too far in an effort to silence his criticism about the city's crackdown on suspected marijuana grow operations.
A Kootenay woman says she plans to sue the RCMP for busting her licenced medical marijuana grow-op, after federal prosecutors confirmed she won't be facing any charges herself.
Pot arrests are highly expensive for the taxpayer, associated racial disparities are ghastly, and just to ice the cake, most of these arrests are the result of illegal searches.
Colorado is becoming the center of the new drug war - the full legalization of marijuana. California was the first battleground, but pot advocates didn't advance their agenda on the West coast as effectively as they hoped. And now pot advocates are looking for a new state to decriminalize this drug once and for all with sights set on a Colorado ballot measure in 2012, as The Denver Post/AP reports.