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Federal Bill Could End Prohibition Across the United States in 2015

If a state passes a law deeming marijuana a legal substance, the federal government should have no authority over the prosecution of individuals for crimes associated with the substance. This is the battle cry of a recent piece of legislation, which swept through Capitol ...

Missouri Lawmaker Proposes Taxing Illegal Drugs

While the Missouri legislature can barely loosen their collective sphincter to allow the passing of an ultra-restrictive medical marijuana program, one snidely lawmaker is working to ensure the state gets its fair share of the illegal drug trade.

Pot Shop Warnings for Pregnant Women Rejected in Colorado

A Colorado proposal to require marijuana shops to post warnings for pregnant and nursing women failed Wednesday when Senate Republicans said the first-in-the-nation requirement would be unfair.

Oregon Want $5 Million to Spy on Pot Shops

When voters in Oregon agreed last year to banish prohibition and establish a legal framework for a statewide cannabis market, they had no idea that law enforcement was scheming to create a master plan aimed at squeezing pot dollars to spy on the state's suppliers...

Supreme Court: Cops Cannot Detain Suspects to Wait for Drug-Sniffing Dog

It is unconstitutional for police, attempting to conduct a roadside shakedown, to hold a motorist without reasonable suspicion while waiting for a drug-sniffing dog to arrive on the scene. This is the latest Supreme Court ruling, which was handed down on Tuesday, that cla...

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