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Canada: Easier Pot Punishments Are Coming

A recent report in the Toronto Sun indicates that a proposal set in motion over the summer by the Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police, aimed at giving officers the option of issuing fines for marijuana offenses rather than pursue criminal charges, still has the atten...

Texas Police Can Obtain Search Warrants Based on Future Crime

A recent decision by a Texas appeals court, which ruled law enforcement now has the right to obtain search warrants based on the predictions of forthcoming criminal activity, has instituted a nauseating condition of terror across most of the Lone State, as many residents ...

Teen Use Of Alcohol, Tobacco Falls To Historic Lows

Adolescent consumption of alcohol and tobacco fell to historic lows while self-reported annual use of cannabis held steady, according to survey data released today by the University of Michigan at Ann Arbor -- which has been sampling teens consumption of various licit and...

Busted in 2013: Leave Your Weed at Home

Concluding my look back at the stupid ways people got themselves busted (See also: cell phones, STFU, animals, anger and friendly cops) I must make mention of the people who love their weed so much they have to take it everywhere they go. I understand wanting to carry som...

Edibles, Topicals Almost Legal in Michigan

Michigan lawmakers recently passed a number of bills that will serve to relax the state’s medical marijuana laws.

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