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Ecuador Moves to Decriminalize All Illegal Drugs

Convinced that prohibition of marijuana, or even cocaine, is not the solution to curbing addiction rates or fighting against the black market drug trade, lawmakers in Ecuador have proposed a historic piece of legislation aimed at decriminalizing all illegal drugs.&nb...

DEA Agents Nearly Kill Innocent Man; Earn Paid Vacation

Agents with the Drug Enforcement Administration have gotten away with yet another despicable breach of American civil liberty. The latest atrocity was blown wide open in a report from The Los Angeles Times, which reveals that federal agents responsible for nearly killing ...

Puerto Rico Rejects Smoking Marijuana for Medicinal Purposes

Smoking marijuana for medicinal purposes will not be allowed in Puerto Rico, but cannabis derivatives could be consumed in other ways, government officials said Tuesday as they provided more details on the governor's weekend executive order on cannabis use.

Mexico: Chiapas Peasants March Against Narco-Violence

Indigenous Maya peasants in Mexico's southern state of Chiapas are marching cross-country to oppose violence by the local narco gangs and the corruption of local authorities that protect them.

DEA Makes Startling Admissions About Marijuana in New Report

Marijuana is more available now than ever throughout the United States, but in every region of the country it ranks last when state and local law enforcement agencies assess the greatest drug threats, according to the Drug Enforcement Administration’s latest annual ...

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