Canadians go to the polls today with a clear choice: the failed and contemptuous policies of Stephen Harper's Conservatives, or the sweeping vision of a prosperous, respected and free Canada offered by Jack Layton and the New Democratic Party. I urge you all to vote and to be part of the change that is coming to Parliament.
Much of the article "California's Proposition 19 will supersede or amend its medical marijuana laws" proceeds from the assumption that Prop 19 supersedes Prop 215. But that assumption is far from certain.
So it turns out that a little cutting and pasting is fun. Here is another article in which I have substituted drug prohibition for the long-gun registry to make a point.
So the CPC has been in a tizzy arguing for the elimination of the long-gun registry.
Susan Schleppe's letter about jail sentences for growing marijuana was so ill informed and illogical that I hardly know where to start.
As a taxpayer, I don’t think I’m getting value for my money here.
Are we really supposed to believe that the RCMP wants to mount a legal challenge to block disclosure of a videotape showing the circumstances around a man dying in their custody to protect the privacy rights of the deceased?
My recent discussion of the possible impact of Bill C-15 stirred up some discussion about whether I'm overstating the risk to small producers in residential areas.
The Vancouver Police Department has made one of the top 5 busts in Vancouver history.
Honourable Senators: I write in advance of your anticipated vote on the Report of the Senate Committee on Legal and Constitutional Affairs regarding Bill C-15, an Act to Amend the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act.