Federal Law

Phillip Smith, Cannabis Culture Jul 28 2014
CANNABIS CULTURE - What is arguably the most influential and respected newspaper in the United States is ready to free the weed. In a Sunday editorial, the New York Times called forthrightly for the end of federal marijuana prohibition.
New York Times Editorial Board Jul 27 2014
It took 13 years for the United States to come to its senses and end Prohibition, 13 years in which people kept drinking, otherwise law-abiding citizens became criminals and crime syndicates arose and flourished.
April M. Short, AlterNet Jul 24 2014
Pot is not allowed in the airport, or across state lines.
Carly Schwartz, Huffington Post Jul 23 2014
Drug reform advocates across New York state are demanding emergency access to medical marijuana for critically ill patients after a 9-year-old girl who suffered from debilitating seizures died last week due to complications with her disorder.
Owen Poindexter, AlterNet Jul 17 2014
Now, the nation's capitol will treat possession of the herb like a parking ticket, with a fee.
Phillip Smith, Stop the Drug War Jul 16 2014
The city of Washington, DC, is a marijuana policy hothouse these days.
Jul 9 2014
Ed Forchion, aka "The New Jersey Weedman" and his friend Daniel Price, who both have medical marijuana licenses, attempted to go
Phillip Smith, Stop the Drug War Jun 12 2014
Jamaica will decriminalize the possession of small amounts of marijuana, the government announced today. It will also allow possession for some medical and scientific purposes. And it will allow possession for religious purposes.
John Ingold, The Denver Post Jun 4 2014
The state attorney general’s office says Coloradans do not have a right to use marijuana off-the-job, siding with a satellite television company in its firing of a medical-marijuana patient.
Phillip Smith, Stop the Drug War Jun 3 2014
The US Department of Agriculture (USDA) has told the state of Georgia that its new law requiring some food stamp recipients to undergo drug testing violates federal policy. The state cannot implement the law, federal officials said Tuesday.

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