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Phillip Smith, AlterNet May 14 2015
When you enforce drug prohibition like we do, in a country awash in guns and riven by racial inequities, sometimes it goes bad. This time two police officers died; mostly, it's civilians.
Jo Tuckman, The Guardian May 13 2015
Cartel violence in Tamaulipas state has claimed 254 lives in the first three months of this year, but has largely gone unreported in the press
Reuters May 13 2015
Nebraska’s "Medical Cannabis Act" would allow patients to register for marijuana ID cards.
Zaid Jilani, AlterNet May 13 2015
Gloucester's police chief said they can't reduce illegal drug supply, but they can reduce demand.
Jessica Murphy, Maclean's Magazine May 13 2015
It’s a rare education seminar that includes this shot across the bow: “Everything and anything we’re talking about today is federally illegal—there is no grey area.”
Frank Bi, Forbes May 12 2015
They warned us this would happen. The states where recreational marijuana use is legal are also the states where marijuana is least expensive.
Epilepsy Today May 11 2015
An early study suggests that the drug is safe, well-tolerated and effective.
Terrell Jermaine Starr, AlterNet May 11 2015
Oscar winner points out that alcohol, unlike pot, has no medicinal use.
JACK HEALY, The New York Times May 9 2015
Money was pouring into Bruce Nassau’s five Colorado marijuana shops when his accountant called with the bad news
Valerie Gonzalez, KGNS TV May 8 2015
Texas could soon allow certain people to take a form of marijuana legally.

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