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California Town Considers Using Pot Taxes to Pay Police

A southern California town plagued with crime and financial destitution is now considering the legalization of medical marijuana dispensaries in hopes that the community can sustain its deteriorated police department with the use of pot taxes.

Irony Of Burma Burning $130M of Drugs

To mark International Day against Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking June 26, Burmese authorities held drug-burning ceremonies, boasting the destruction of seized opium, heroin and methamphetamine said to be worth a combined $130 million.

HIGH TIMES Legislative Roundup: July 7

It seems that lawmakers all across the country strongly support legalizing marijuana as long as patients cannot get high. Several extremely limited medical marijuana laws went into effect last week in the United States, including in Iowa, Mississippi and Utah. However, wh...

The Clinic: Researcher Fired for Studying Marijuana and PTSD

While the past two years have seen the legalization of marijuana for all adults in two states, the expansion of medical marijuana laws nationwide, and even a federal government program designed to help supply cannabis derived medicine to severely epileptic children, that ...

Washington State: Police to Stake Out Pot Shops

As the newly legalized marijuana trade of Washington state prepares to open its doors to the populous later next week, police across the state are preparing to put the kibosh on this historical event by staking out retail pot shops and busting people for stoned driving.

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