The process of crafting a regulatory regime for marijuana commerce is well underway in Colorado, but the clock is ticking.
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Medical marijuana is now on sale in pharmacies in the Czech Republic.
In its war against the diversion of prescription pills, the DEA has targeted doctors, pharmacies, wholesale drug suppliers, and now package delivery services. UPS has buckled, but FedEx is resisting.
It's no April Fools' Day joke -- Rhode Island has decriminalized marijuana.
Medical marijuana bills were laid to rest in two states this week, changes in the medical marijuana law went into effect in another, and Massachusetts now appears set to open dispensaries by year's end. There's more news, too.
Afghan farmers are cultivating more opium than last year, officials said Monday.
Mexico's Sinaloa Cartel dominates the meth trade and is getting rich doing so, a new report finds.
Hemp has made it through the legislature in Kentucky. Now, will the Democratic governor sign the Republican-supported bill?
Republican legislators in Kansas and Texas advanced public benefits drug testing bills this week.
A Texas cop gets caught pilfering pain pills, a Georgia sheriff's captain gets nailed for trying to frame a woman, and a Louisiana police chief is accused of having sticky fingers.
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