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Alabama Sheriff Fired Deputies for Not Supplying Him With Marijuana for Dying Aunt

While the state of Alabama has struggled for the past several years to get lawmakers onboard with legislation aimed at allowing marijuana to be consumed for medicinal purposes, it appears Winston County Sheriff Hobby Walker has devised a small town medical marijuana progr...

Federal Judge Dismisses Colorado RICO Case

Earlier last week, a federal judge dismissed the charges against Pueblo County and a legion of Colorado officials in a lawsuit suggesting that marijuana legalization violated a number of statutes overseen by the thugs in the District of Columbia.

Can California’s Cannabis ‘Nuns’ Save Medical Marijuana Despite Harassment and Local Bans?

Sister Kate and her apprentice Sister Darcy are not really nuns, but they do have a real mission—to grow and produce medical marijuana for those in need.

Mexico Drug Use Survey Shows Steep Rise

Mexico opened a formal debate on marijuana policy on Tuesday after the country's latest drug use survey showed 17.2 percent of middle- and high-school students report having used drugs. Marijuana was the drug most frequently reported.  

Cannabis Starting to Replace Coca Leaf in Colombia's Cultivation Zones

On Colombia's eastern plains, the Llanos Orientes, campesinos are starting to abandon cultivation of coca leaf for cannabis, military commanders in the region say.

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