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More than 12,000 dead in Mexico's prohibition-related violence as of November 30, according to the Mexican attorney general, and more than 30,000 since Calderon called out the troops in December 2006.
From the Rio Grande Valley to New York City, it's more cops gone wild this week.
The debate over British drug policy heats up again as a Labor stalwart who served as drug czar and defense minister calls for legalization.
An Israeli police raid on a medical marijuana dispensary has sparked protests in Tel Aviv.
A ruling by the European Court of Justice paves the way for the Netherlands to ban foreigners from buying weed in the country's famous coffee shops. Is Amsterdam about to become Amsterdone?
You've heard of jury nullification? How about jury pool nullification? That's basically what happened to a small-time marijuana charge in Montana last week.
The Big Easy just got a little bit easier. Get busted for smoking a joint in New Orleans now and you just get a summons, not a trip to the slammer.
Now, there's a sight for sore eyes! A huge pot legalization billboard has gone up on I-5 outside Seattle.
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