Postal inspectors seized more than 493lbs of pot from packages in 2013, quadruple the amount from 2010
CANNABIS CUTLURE - A pair of US senators from opposite sides of the political spectrum have teamed up in a bid to fix "the nation's broken criminal justice system."
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A new, small group of ganja farmers in western Jamaica have big ambitions — to become the domestic hub for a lucrative medical marijuana industry in the Caribbean nation.
Are more tourists headed to Washington and Colorado to enjoy a legal toke? The answer’s hazy.
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U.S. prisons are still mostly occupied by men, but women are getting thrown behind bars at a much faster rate these days, largely because of the war on drugs.
The goal of the law is to remove a huge source of revenue from violent drug gangs, which the government blames for a recent rise in crime.
His language reflects a long history of demonizing marginalized communities.
This uptick in arrests comes even though pot remains widely used, available, and perceived of as safe by most Americans.