Employee is accused of selling cocaine
POT TV - Watch the trailer for the new film Kill The Messenger about deceased journalist Gary Webb, who helped expose the role of United States government agencies in importing and selling cocaine in the US and using the profits to fund Nicaraguan Contra...
The polarized legalization debate leads to exaggerated claims and denials about pot's potential harms. The truth lies in between.
The mainstream news media’s reaction to the new movie, “Kill the Messenger,” has been tepid, perhaps not surprising given that the MSM comes across as the film’s most unsympathetic villain
The idea that addiction is typically a chronic, progressive disease that requires treatment is false, the evidence shows. Yet the "aging out" experience of the majority is ignored by treatment providers and journalists.
CANNABIS CULTURE - California Gov. Jerry Brown Sunday signed into law the Fair Sentencing Act, which will undo racial disparities in the sentencing of cocaine offenders under laws passed during the crack cocaine hysteria of the 1980s.
CANNABIS CULTURE - Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) last Thursday filed Senate Bill 2657 the RESET (Reclassification to Ensure Smarter and Equal Treatment) Act to eliminate the sentencing disparity between crack and powder cocaine.
Workers for one of Colorado's biggest marijuana businesses learned Wednesday they can be fired for smoking pot on the job or using cocaine any time.
A greater percentage of black men are locked up in the U.S. than in South Africa at the height of Apartheid—this reform aims to change that.
In an unusual move, the Obama administration Thursday told defense lawyers they should suggest more inmates serving time on drug charges who might be deserving of clemency.