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$1 Per Gram For Pot In Uruguay

In an attempt to combat the country’s drug-trafficking problem, officials in Uruguay say they will begin selling legalized marijuana to its citizens for $1 per gram in 2014. That is considerable lower than the $2.50 estimation the country’s drug czar reported ...

5 Arguments Against Medical Marijuana

As we continue to read polls showing super-majority support for the medical use of cannabis, it is interesting to watch how the prohibitionists and rehabitionists are retooling their anti-medical marijuana arguments.  An op-ed by a cop who’s been on the job sin...

Kentucky Cop Says Pot Not Medicine

A Kentucky state law enforcement official says that marijuana is not medicine, and believes that pot proponents have simply disguised their desire to get stoned with misinformation about the drug’s supposed medicinal properties in an attempt to bamboozle Kentuckians...

PA Governor Blames Pot for High Crime Rates

Pennsylvania Governor Tom Corbett says the only way to stop the disintegration of society and control crime is to put the hammer down on marijuana smokers, because they are a filthy, social parasites destined to take their depravity to the next level and send what is left...

Push for Legalization in the UK

Marijuana and some so-called “club drugs,” such as ecstasy, may soon be legalized in the United Kingdom. Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg has ordered a review of current UK policies following an investigation into Britain’s war on drugs. Liberal...

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