Last week, President Barack Obama announced that he had commuted the sentences of 42 inmates convicted of drug offenses as part of his ongoing effort against "outdated and unduly harsh sentencing laws."
This Thanksgiving Day, after 10 years working for marijuana law reform and ending the War on Drugs, I contemplated how I’d write this Thanksgiving column, and almost everything I am thankful for boils down to one word.
As marijuana becomes legal throughout various U.S. states, many in the African-American community see a green rush that is primarily benefiting white people.
After 50 years of internal war, Colombia finally seems to be approaching a peace accord with leftist guerillas. But the US Senate is considering legislation that could throw a big obstacle on Colombia's path to peace.
In a monumental scientific finding published on October 7, researchers from the Institute of Forensic Medicine in Freiburg, Germany have concluded that finding cannabinoids in hair does not prove cannabis consumption. In a surprising discovery they found that THC and its ...