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Is Marijuana Legalization Coming To Washington DC?

Marijuana prohibition remains a sacred cow to the majority of the 435 Congressional lawmakers who inhabit the halls of the nation’s Capitol. But to the majority of residents who call the nation’s capital their home, pot prohibition is a policy that needs to be...

The Clinic: Respect, Not Drug Testing, Deters High School Marijuana Use

One out of every five American high schools drug tests its students, despite little to no evidence that such tests actually deter drug use, according to a new study published in the January issue of the Journal of Studies on Alcohol and Drugs. For more than a year, resear...

FARC Proposal to Protect Cannabis Growers

At the peace talks with the Colombian government that just re-convened in Havana after a holiday break, the FARC rebels released a proposal Jan. 14 outlining a plan to decriminalize and "regulate the production of coca, poppies and marijuana." The proposal came ...

DC Closer to Decrim

Earlier today Washington, DC moved one step closer to decriminalizing cannabis when the DC Council’s Committee voted 5-0 in support of a bill that would end all criminal charges for those busted with small amounts of weed. Under the currently law, even a joint could...

Is Turkey's Hashish Boom a Fallout From Syria?

Turkish security forces seized 150 tons of hashish in 2013, with 89 tons seized in southeastern Diyarbakir province, Turkey's Kurdish heartland. Authorities also said a somewhat improbable 56 million cannabis plants had been seized in Diyarbakir, and 38...

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