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By Richard Cowan
He calls himself the Rev. Adam E. Zuniga.
The former owner of a chain of medical-marijuana shops in California has pleaded guilty to drug-trafficking and money-laundering charges.
STAMFORD, Conn. – If you're looking to sell high-grade marijuana, Craigslist may not be the place to do it. A man learned that the hard way when the "buyer" who contacted him turned out to be an undercover officer, Stamford police said.
Last fall during a nationally televised presidential debate, Sen. Barack Obama hesitantly raised his hand and joined with most of his Democratic rivals to declare that he opposed decriminalizing marijuana.
Two North Dakota farmers who were granted the nation's first state licenses to grow industrial hemp a year ago have been granted renewals.
At least one thing was clear Wednesday night at Texas Tech: It was high times for the Tech Activities Board, a group of students that brings entertainment and educational programs to the university.
Dear Friend of Freedom:
KANSAS - A bill introduced in a Senate committee Monday would allow judges to consider a medical condition as defense of marijuana possession.
A Mayoral Committee appointed to implement a referendum passed in Denver last fall concerning the priority of marijuana enforcement held its first meeting Monday.