May 29, 2011

Former Law Enforcement Officer regrets the War on Drugs and his role in enforcing the laws

A rather moving segment featuring Neil Franklin, Executive Director of Law Enforcement Against Prohibition, at a panel discussion at Riverside Church in New York. He is visibly disturbed by what the drug war has done to the people, and by his part in it before understanding its destruction. A very […]
May 29, 2011

High Times Medical Cannabis Cup June 25 & 26, 2011 in San Francisco

HIGH TIMES will return to San Francisco June 25 & 26 to host a medical cannabis competition like no other. Join the world’s premier marijuana magazine in the City by the Bay where the best medicinal marijuana, hashish and edibles will be crowned! Don’t miss your chance to take in […]
May 26, 2011

National Drug Intelligence Center fails intelligence test

    The U.S. Department of Justice’s National Drug Intelligence Center has released a major new report (that appears to have been prepared at significant expense) titled: The Economic Impact of Illicit Drug Use on American Society 2011 The National Drug Intelligence Center (NDIC) prepares an annual National Drug Threat […]
May 26, 2011

Music against Prohibition legalize marijuana

Black Tusk (Relapse Records) is a 3 piece Metal band from Savannah, Georgia, United States and formed in 2005. The Savannah scene has produced so many great bands you’d be excused for thinking that sludge is in the water there, but there’s no excuse for overlooking BLACK TUSK. The band’s […]
April 16, 2011

Proposed New Limits on Medical Marijuana Challenged

Community leaders and concerned citizens gathered Monday night to organize opposition to an ordinance they say could result in a “defacto ban” on medical marijuana dispensaries in San Diego. The ordinance is scheduled to come before the City Council on March 28. Panelist Stephen Whitburn, who served on the city’s […]
April 15, 2011

Arizona Republic stokes fear of pot zombies

When you follow the reporting on marijuana reform issues every day for three years, you get a feel for the way reporters and editors can slant a story.  Today the Arizona Medical Marijuana Program went online… literally, as in, the only way you can apply for the program is online, […]
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