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Court: Native American Church Not Excused from Cannabis Laws

A federal court has ruled that a church for Native Americans in Hawaii should not be excused from federal marijuana laws despite the group's claim that ingesting cannabis is part of their sacred sacrament.

Global Executions Surge—Yet Again

For a third year running, Amnesty International's annual report on the death penalty notes an alarming surge in the number of executions worldwide—now reaching the highest total since 1989.   

Convicted Killer OK'd for Washington Retail Pot License

A report about a convicted murderer being granted a license to open a marijuana shop in Washington has prompted a double-take by state officials.  

DEA Letter Reveals Marijuana's Schedule I Could Be Downgraded in 2016

While the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration has spent decades spewing the swill of prohibitionists in an effort to keep the cannabis plant confined to its Schedule I classification under the Controlled Substances Act, documents obtained by the Huffington Post ...

D.C. Anti-Legalization Hearing Packed with Drug Warriors

Drug policy reform groups pillory Grassley and Feinstein for holding an anti-legalization hearing while bipartisan medical marijuana legislation languishes.

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