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Rhode Island Lawmakers Introduce Bill to Legalize Cannabis Industry

Some predict Rhode Island could be the first state in America to legalize recreational marijuana by way of the state legislature. Earlier this week, lawmakers introduced a bill that would repeal prohibition across the state and establish operations for a taxed a...

The Future of Legal Weed in DC: Part 2

The recently implemented Initiative 71, which legalized the recreational use, cultivation and transfer of marijuana, has caused numerous conflicts between the District of Columbia and Congress. But Councilman David Grosso is confident that DC will establish a cannabis ind...

Mexico's Notorious 'Z-42' Busted

Mexican authorities on March 4 announced the capture of Omar Treviño AKA "Z-42"—leader of Los Zetas, the ultra-violent narco-paramilitary network that has long terrorized the country. Z-42 was detained without a sh...

UN Investigates U.S. and Uruguay for Violation of Drug Treaties

The United Nations remains adamant that the efforts displayed by the United States and Uruguay to reform marijuana laws is a direct violation of international drug treaties, and perhaps the beginning of an international shakedown - if an adequate explanation for the blata...

Navajo Lawmaker Firm on Stance Against Legalizing Marijuana

A lawmaker on the country's largest American Indian reservation has introduced a bill to reaffirm the tribe's stance against legalizing marijuana. Navajo Nation Council Delegate Edmund Yazzie says legalizing marijuana for medical or recreational use contradicts Na...

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