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Denver: No Crime Increase With Legal Marijuana Sales

Naysayers in the Mile-High City feared that doobies would lead to doomsday once Colorado’s recreational marijuana sales began in January. However, recent reports reveal the gates of Hell have still not opened.

Landlords Installing Drug Monitors Inside Properties

Illegal drug monitors aimed at keeping tenants from cooking dope have been popping up in rental properties all across New Zealand, and soon the rest of the world.

Maryland Passes Decrim, Expands Medical Marijuana

Possession of personal quantities of cannabis will no longer be a crime in Maryland under a law passed April 7 and sent to Gov. Martin O'Malley.

Uruguay Wants to Give Marijuana to Prisoners

Pot for convicts? A leading Uruguay health official told the United Nations last week that the country is interested in experimenting with medical marijuana to treat prisoners suffering from cocaine addiction.  

Mexico Trades Marijuana for Heroin

The Washington Post has printed a grim exposé on the shift from Mexican marijuana to Mexican heroin. The Post notes that since the United States has been decriminalizing, medicalizing, and legalizing marijuana, the wholesale price of Mexican marijuana has dropped f...

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