Uruguay's president, José Mujica, had asked that no details be leaked before the official publish date, but last week the world found out the new regulations.
By this point one would have to assume that scales would be tipping in the favor of pro-marijuana politicians as opposed to anti-marijuana fearmongers, but it turns out one would be wrong in assuming such a fact.
The DEA chief, Michele Leonhart, asserted Mexican drug cartels are "setting up shop" in Washington and Colorado in anticipation of a cannabis boom.
We are not entirely sure why he is complaining, but a Seattle man is apparently upset because someone keeps sending him packages of free weed in the mail… and he wants it to stop.
As Washington’s recreational marijuana market prepares to get underway, the man responsible for assisting the state’s Liquor Control Board in developing pot policies has revealed some concerns.