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Holiday Alcohol Use Encouraged, Pot Use Questioned By Media

On January 1, 2014, the first marijuana markets open in Colorado. Later next year, legal marijuana will be for sale in Washington. Personal possession and use by adults has been legal for an entire year in these two states. Yet as Christmas passes and New Year’...

News of the Herb: Week 7

As we inch towards a fully weed-legal nation, more and more minds are mellowing to the idea and even becoming excited at its potential. However, in the spirit of discernment, an increasingly accepting public keeps one caveat close at hand -- we still don’t know enou...

Washington Nixes Pot Smoking in Bars

The Washington State Liquor Control Board (WSLCB) has adopted a rule change that forbids the consumption of marijuana in any form at any premises licensed to sell alcohol.

Opposition to Legalization Falls 26 Points

A new poll from the Associated Press shows that American attitudes toward the legalization of personal amounts of marijuana has plummeted since Washington and Colorado did just that in 2012. A 2010 AP poll found 55 percent of adults opposed legalization while the latest p...

Guatemala Considers Legal Opium Cultivation

Guatemala has emerged as a major opium producer in recent years, and now President Otto Pérez Molina -- a conservative who is increasingly breaking with the US-led "drug war" consensus -- is considering legalized and regulated cultivation of the poppy as ...

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