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On January 20, San Diego’s Board of Supervisors filed a lawsuit against the state of California, claiming that California’s medical marijuana law conflicts with federal law and should be overturned.
Stew Albert, a co-founder of the theatrically unruly Youth International Party -- whose members were more commonly known as Yippies -- and one of the last remaining radical leftists of a colorful cohort that once included Jerry Rubin, Abbie Hoffman, Bobby Seale, Huey Newton,...
THE Dutch city of Groningen looks set to open the Netherlands' first pharmacy totally dedicated to providing high quality cannabis for pain relief at affordable prices, it was reported today.
The Electronic Frontier Foundation filed a class-action lawsuit against AT&T on Tuesday, accusing the telecom company of violating federal laws by collaborating with the government's secret, warrantless wiretapping of American citizens' phone and internet usage.
A FORMER pop star has admitted growing cannabis in her West Footscray Victoria house.
AUBURN -- Medical marijuana activist Steve Kubby asked a Placer County judge today to let him use cannabis while he serves a 120-day jail sentence for a drug conviction in 2000. The Placer sheriff's department said it is opposed to the idea.
Lizbeyde Piedra, 21, and Rogelio Rios, 26, of 3118-A Walnut Creek Drive and Alejandro Avila, 26, of 8541 Bailey Road, Sims, were arrested Jan. 23.
By Rak Razam
Approximately 400 people gathered on the grass in Anisq’Oyo’ Park on Saturday afternoon to celebrate the skills of Isla Vista’s best blunt and joint rollers at the 2nd Annual Joint Rolling Contest, nearly tripling the event’s attendance from last year...
Marijuana activist to appear in court today