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Teen Hands Cops Weed Instead of Driver’s License

Earlier this week, police were called out to the Bristol Court Condominiums in Park Ridge to investigate reports of a suspicious vehicle trolling the area. When the officer arrived on the scene, he immediately pulled over the suspected vehicle to give the driver a proper ...

Cannabis Crackdown: Peru's Escalation

Peru's National Police on Feb. 4 announced the discovery of over 100,000 cannabis plants at the high Andean community of Minasel, 4,000 meters above sea level, on the border of Áncash and Huánuco regions. The plants were burned in the fields, polce said....

Police are Targeting Pot Growers...But Not For the Cannabis

Sheriff Tom Allman of Mendocino County, California, patrols the most fertile marijuana growing region in the world. But these days, thanks to a severe drought that has plagued the state, Allman is fighting the growing problem of water theft by clandest...

Uruguay to Relieve Israel's Cannabis Drought?

Uruguay is still developing its nascent cannabis economy following the Christmas Eve signing of the new legalization law, but its leaders have already broached international exports. Diego Cánepa, media spokesman for President José Mujica, said that while de...

Uruguay’s President Nominated for Nobel Peace Prize for Legalizing Weed

Uruguay president Jose’ “Pepe” Mujica, the forward-thinking leader who legalized marijuana as a means for cutting the throats of the country’s black market drug trade, has been nominated for this year’s Nobel Peace Prize.

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