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Inside Obama's Clemency Plan for Drug Prisoners

In a surprise move last week, the White House requested defense attorneys to submit the names of inmates convicted of low-level drug crimes as possible candidates for presidential clemency. On Thursday Deputy Attorney General James Cole told an eloquence of lawy...

News of the Herb: Week 12

The advocacy group Marijuana Policy Project (MPP) has been killing it in the billboard game lately. After ceasing the opportunity to place a pro-cannabis billboard at the AFC championship in legal Colorado, MPP is taking the message to the far-less-legal Northeast, where ...

Will Your Marijuana Record Be Wiped Clean?

What happens to people that are convicted of crimes that are no longer considered criminal in the eyes of the law? That's the question eating away at everyone in America who has ever been busted for possession, raided for growing, and stopped and frisked. So mari...

Colombia: Cops Seize a Ton of Cocaine

Colombia's National Police announced January 24 the seizure of 1.2 tons of cocaine allegedly belonging to paramilitary group Los Urabeños in the northwestern department of Córdoba. The find came when police searched a truck at a checkpoint that had been ...

NORML Promotes Pot with Super Bowl Bet

The Colorado and Washington chapters of the National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws (NORML) have made a bet on the upcoming Super Bowl between the Denver Broncos and the Seattle Seahawks. NORML released a statement announcing the wager: “Bud Bowl...

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