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ACLU: Legal Marijuana Means Police Can Focus On Real Crime

With the advent of legalized marijuana in Washington State, it seems that law enforcement officers have become somewhat perplexed by the idea of no longer busting the average citizen for measly pot possession, and have since been forced to focus their energy on cases invo...

Confusion Over Wide Variance in MedCan Laws

Now that 20 states and DC have medical marijuana laws, it is confusing to compare the laws from state-to-state. One thing you’ll find is that some conditions are almost universally approved of for medical marijuana treatment, while others are nearly forgotten about....

News of the Herb: Week 17

State-level cannabis legalization continues to live in legal limbo, conflicting with federal law until the federal government finally gets decisive and makes some changes. Despite their sloth, signs of forthcoming change are everywhere, with attempts to ease federal banki...

Study: Drug Dogs Often Wrong During Traffic Stops

While law enforcement routinely rely on the alerts of drug dogs as a pretext to search the inside of a driver’s vehicle for illicit drugs, a new study reveals that these animals are alarmingly prone to error.

Medicated Candy Banned at Oregon Dispensaries? Act Now!

The Oregon Health Authority has passed a draft rule that would ban the sale of any cannabis edibles “manufactured in a form that resembles cake-like products, cookies, candy or gum, or that otherwise may be attractive to minors because of its shape, color or taste.&...

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