Generally, one of the biggest opponents of marijuana legalization in California is the law enforcement profession — but that’s not without at least one big exception.
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CANNABIS CULTURE - I'm honoured, and very happy, to be asked to blog for Cannabis Culture. Thanks so much to Jeremiah and Jodie for this opportunity! I believe that drug policy reform is one of the most important political issues in Canada and the world today, but I have never had the chance to talk about it with more than a few people at a time.
Neill Franklin has come a long way since his years as an undercover narc for the Maryland State Police then head of training for the Baltimore City Police Department.
CANNABIS CULTURE - Sensible BC, the activist group behind a new campaign to decriminalize marijuana in British Columbia, will host a Public Forum on Sensible Cannabis Policy in Victoria on Monday, September 24.
CANNABIS CULTURE - The Federal Liberal Riding Association of Vancouver East hosted an event on marijuana legalization last weekend featuring speakers critical of Canada's Drug War and new Conservative laws regarding cannabis.
Executive Director of Law Enforcement Against Prohibition, Neill Franklin, comments on the federal raids on Oaksterdam University.
Border Patrol agents pursue smugglers one moment and sit around in boredom the next. It was during one of the lulls that Bryan Gonzalez, a young agent, made some comments to a colleague that cost him his career.
CANNABIS CULTURE - An international organization of police officers, judges, prosecutors and federal agents is cheering the announcement by leaders of the Liberal Party of Canada that they will oppose Bill S-10, which would create new mandatory minimum sentences for marijuana and other drugs.
CANNABIS CULTURE - The International Hempology 101 Society has announced the 1st Annual Cannabis Convention at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver, to be held Friday, January 28.
The California Beer & Beverage Distributors disclosed it donated $10,000 to defeat Prop 19 — which would regulate and tax marijuana like alcohol.