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OLD WESTBURY, N.Y. -- An electrical contractor working on a Long Island college campus stumbled upon an elaborate underground marijuana farm Monday morning, police said.
In Mississippi, they wanted to call it a levy on unauthorized substances.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- Willie Nelson is so prolific that sometimes even he forgets he has another record coming out. At a recent show here with Bob Dylan, Nelson performed a long list of hits, but not a single song from his new long-awaited reggae album.
SAN FRANCISCO -- California proponents of medicinal marijuana use say the state overreacted by suspending a program to provide identification cards to authorized patients.
The manager of a Middle Eastern restaurant, who was taken into custody because his name turned up on terrorist watch list, is now facing deportation to his native Egypt because he bought a small amount of marijuana in 1999.
Following on the heels of Justice Sandra Day O'Connor, U.S. Supreme Court Chief Justice William Rehnquist will announce his retirement today, according to court sources cited by columnist Robert Novak.
SAN FRANCISCO -- California health officials have suspended a program to issue identification cards to patients who smoke marijuana for medicinal purposes.
Congressman Ron Paul, a libertarian from Texas and an obstetrician who has delivered over 6000 babies, is trying to deliver our farmers from a bureaucratic medievalism in Washington that keeps saying "No" to growing industrial hemp.
HELENA, MT (AP) -- For motorists wondering whether police are working on a quota system, an answer can be found in Montana.
Cannabis users in the Netherlands, home to a $300 million legal industry in the drug, are seeking to save money amid the highest unemployment rate since 1996 by growing their own marijuana instead of buying rolled joints.