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Legal Pot Would Be Dirt Cheap in Uruguay

The tiny South American nation of Uruguay is making big strides in its effort to legalize recreational marijuana. On July 31, Uruguay’s House passed a legalization bill. The bill is likely to be approved by the Senate and eventually signed into law by President ...

Sanjay Gupta Now Supports Medical Cannabis

Dr. Sanjay Gupta has added his voice to the ever-growing call for marijuana as medicine. CNN’s Emmy award-winning chief medical correspondent, who was considered for the post of Surgeon General by President Obama, wrote an article titled “Why I Would Vote No o...

New Jersey Medical Pot Program Most Expensive in Country

An in-depth review by the New Jersey Star-Ledger has revealed that the overall cost for medical marijuana patients in New Jersey is higher than any other medical pot state allowing retail sales. The costs analyzed involve patients becoming legally eligible f...

DEA Pays $4.1 Million to Student Forgotten in Cell for Five Days

  The government agreed to pay Daniel Chong, a UC San Diego engineering student, $4.1 million in advance of a $20-million dollar lawsuit. Last April, DEA agents detained Chong as part of a raid conducted on an apartment off campus. Chong w...

Uruguay Close to Legalizing Pot

¡Viva Uruguay! The Latin American country has taken the pole position in marijuana legalization. Late last Wednesday night, Uruguay lawmakers voted 50-46 in favor of a bill to legalize cannabis, paving the way for a nationwide drug policy overhaul. The legislati...

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