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Police Using Instagram to Bust People for Marijuana

Posting photos of marijuana to various social media sites is considered reasonable suspicion, in the eyes of the law, and cops are now using these images to lure stoners into rattraps and put them behind bars.

Arizona Court Rules In Favor of Cannabis Extracts

Arizona's Maricopa County Superior Court ruled March 21 in favor of 5-year-old Zander Welton, finding that his parents and physicians may resume treating his seizure disorder with a cannabis extract.

Michoacán: Community Police Out of Control: Already?

Just weeks after the Mexican government signed an accord with the "community police" vigilante network in Michoacán, ostensibly bringing the anti-narco militias under control of the armed forces, it is looking more and more like they have been transformed...

HIGH TIMES Legislation Roundup: Mar. 24

Marijuana legalization is inevitable, according to a Pew Research Poll released last week. The survey indicates a significant shift in public opinion, with nearly 70 percent of millennials (people born between 1981 and 1996) reportedly offering their support for federal l...

ACLU: Legal Marijuana Means Police Can Focus On Real Crime

With the advent of legalized marijuana in Washington State, it seems that law enforcement officers have become somewhat perplexed by the idea of no longer busting the average citizen for measly pot possession, and have since been forced to focus their energy on cases invo...

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