Democrats and even reformers are divided on how to advance marijuana reforms on Capitol Hill. (Creative Commons)
Key Senate Democrats Block SAFE Banking Act's Inclusion in Must-Pass Defense Spending Bill [FEATURE]
Democrats are fighting over whether to enact incremental marijuana reforms, or to block them until legalization with social justice can pass.
Faced with an International Criminal Court investigation, the Duterte administration in the Philippines has argued that it is investigating its own drug war killing campaign and so the ICC shouldn't. The famous human rights attorney Chel Diokno will reply as part of our NGO side event next week, on the online margins of the annual Assembly of States Parties to the Rome Treaty.
Minnesota patients will soon be enjoying edibles, a Rhode Island lawsuit aimed at protecting patients from employment discrimination gets settled, and more.
A rogue cop in northern California goes down for stealing weed and cash from motorists in the guise of marijuana law enforcement, and more.
Austin Init Would Decriminalize Marijuana and Ban No-Knock Raids, VT Medical Society Wants THC Limits, More... (12/1/30)
Evo Morales marches back into Bolivia's capitol alongside the current president, the Vermont Medical Society wants to limit THC in marijuana available in the state, and more.
The DEA has set a whopping increase in research quotas for psilocybin, among other psychedelics. (Creative Commons)
MN MedMJ Patients to Get Access to Edibles, DEA Increases Research Quotas for Psychedelics, More... (12/2/21)
Georgia's parliament toughens that country's drug laws, the Rhode Island ACLU announces a settlement in a medical marijuana employment discrimination case, and more.
Fentanyl and its analogs are the subject of a battle over draconian emergency scheduling. (Creative Commons)
Groups Call on Congress to Reject Biden Fentanyl Scheduling Proposal, FL MedMJ Privacy Protection Bill Filed, More... (12/3/21)
A new bipartisan federal bill aims to help states and localities with marijuana expungement efforts, New York state adjusts its COVID quarantine policies for drug treatment facilities, and more.
Captagon being cooked by ISIS. Now, the Syrian government is in the same business. (Creative Commons)
GOP Lawmakers in Missouri and Ohio File Legal Marijuana Bills, UK PM Takes Aim at Posh Drug Users, More... (12/6/21)
Republican lawmakers in Missouri and Ohio roll out marijuana legalization legislation, the New York Times reports that the Syrian government is a major trafficker of the amphetamine captagon, and more.
Move to Ease Research Burdens on Schedule I Drugs Gains DEA Support, Colombia Pill Testing, More... (12/7/21)
Language protecting banks doing business with state-legal marijuana firms has been removed from a defense spending bill, Canada's Alberta province is looking into establishing a safe drug supply, and more.
Washington Post Endorses Safe Injection Sites, NIDA to Look at Ibogaine Derivative, More... (12/8/21)
The Canadian federal government has again filed a bill to end mandatory minimums for drug offenses, WHO declines to recommend a "critical review" of kratom, and more.
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