A towering figure in American drug reform has left us.
The Garden State is set to get a little greener come November.
Get ready for some creepy true crime prairie noir.
All star hour and a half compilation of interviews conducted by our friend Dean Becker of the DrugTruth Network.
All the medical marijuana news this week involves initiative campaigns.
A former DEA task force member and a former DEA agent are the sole members of this week's rogue's gallery.
House Postpones Marijuana Legalization Vote Until After Election Day, BC Expands "Safe Supply" of Drugs, More... (9/17/20)
There will be no House voe on marijuana legalization until after the election, Vermont lawmakers reach agreement on regulated legal marijuana sales, British Columbia moves to expand access to a "safe supply" of drugs to replace street drugs, and more.
President Trump released the annual certification of other countries' compliance with US drug policies on Wednesday. (CC)
AZ Poll Has MJ Init With Bare Majority, White House Releases Annual Drug Certification List, More... (9/16/20)
A new poll has the Arizona marijuana legalization initiative at 51%, the natural psychedelic decriminalization movement comes to Ann Arbor, and more.
Cocaine is driving US policy toward Colombia, and the illicit trade is sparking violence and calls for reform. (Pixabay)
New Coalition Unveils Plan to Legalize Interstate Marijuana Commerce, Colombia Cocaine Regulation Bill, More... (9/21/20)
People with small-time marijuana possession convictions in New York state can now move to get them expunged, Secretary of State Pompeo promises more anti-drug aid for Colombia, and more.
Marijuana legalization and medical marijuana initiatives are polling well. If they can win in South Dakota... (CC)
A Texas judge has temporarily lifted a ban on smokable hemp, the Ann Arbor city council approves a resolution effectively decriminalizing plant-based psychedelics, and more.
One Louisville officer was indicted for endangering others in the killing of Breonna Taylor during a drug raid.
No Indictments for Killing Breonna Taylor, Vermont MJ Commerce Bill Goes to Governor, More... (9/23/20)
A Vermont legal marijuana commerce bill goes to the governor, Michael Bloomberg has paid the fines of 32,000 felons in Florida so they can vote this year, and more.
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