federal and state marijuana laws
A federal law crafted to fight the mob is giving marijuana opponents a new strategy in their battle to stop the expanding industry: racketeering lawsuits.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie says he'd revive enforcement of federal marijuana law in states that have legalized recreational use of the drug if he were president.
A group of federal researchers commissioned to prove the government’s claim that marijuana has “no medicinal value” may have let some crucial research slip through the cracks, forcing the United States to admit that cannabis can kills cancer.
Despite a congressional spending bill passed at the end of 2014 restricting the Justice Department from spending federal funds to fuel drug war activity against the medical marijuana community, federal authorities are still investigating, and in many cases, prosecuting di...
Last week, President Obama met with David Simon, creator of the HBO series "The Wire," to discuss the effects of the War on Drugs and how the nation's drug policies have helped oppress the downtrodden of America.