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Obama Calls for Fairer Justice System with First-Ever Presidential Visit to a Federal Prison

As part of a weeklong focus on inequities in the criminal justice system, Obama was to meet separately Thursday with law enforcement officials and nonviolent drug offenders who are paying their debt to society at the El Reno Federal Correctional Institution, a medium-secu...

Veteran with PTSD Faces Life Sentence for Growing 6 Pot Plants

Last year, Kris Lewandowski, a disabled three-term Iraqi War veteran with PTSD, was arrested in Oklahoma for growing and using pot to treat his symptoms, but that was just the beginning of his problems.

Louisiana Governor Denies Clemency to Non-Violent Pot Offenders

Although it is predicted that Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal will sign legislation in the coming weeks to reduce the state’s penalties for possession of marijuana, his sudden change of heart in regard to cannabis crimes may be more of a political scam tha...

HIGH TIMES Launches Petition to Free Pot Prisoners

The time has come to release the long-suffering prisoners of the war on marijuana. Help fight injustice and sign the HIGH TIMES petition to free pot prisoners today.

President Obama Commutes Sentences of 22 Prisoners of the Drug War

President Obama has used his executive authority to commute the sentences of 22 individuals incarcerated for drug-related offenses. This act of clemency was all part of an effort to reduce federal mandatory minimum sentencing.

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