Los Angeles TimesGov. Brown, sign the medical marijuana billsLos Angeles TimesNearly 20 years after voters legalized medical marijuana, California lawmakers have finally passed legislation to regulate the growth and distribution of cannabis for patients' use. In the final hours of their session last week, legislators passed …California Patients To File Lawsuit Over New Medical Marijuana Regulation And …The Weed Blog (blog)The Growing Economy: New York Molds Strict Medical Marijuana Program After …TWC NewsThis Group Wants New York City to Set Up Its Own Medical Marijuana ProgramVillage VoiceCherry Hill Courier Post -Leafly -HIGH TIMESall 67 news articles »
Los Angeles Times, 10 Aug 2015 – Mexicans See Joaquin ‘El Chapo’ Guzman As a Robin Hood, and He Has Certainly Given the Economy a Boost. CULIACAN, Mexico – A new shipment of caps arrived at Isaias Rodriguez’s Culiacan store, black canvas with the image of Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman – once again the world’s mostwanted drug lord – embossed in gold on the front.
The Weed Blog (blog)Marco Rubio Wants To Roll Back Marijuana LegalizationThe Weed Blog (blog)Senator Marco Rubio was on NBC's Meet the Press this morning discussing a wide range of topics of concern to his bid for the Republican Party's nomination for President. Towards the end of the interview, moderator Chuck Todd posed a question to Rubio …
Vancouver 24hours, 26 May 2015 – Instead of warning about the harms and peer pressure of drugs, addictions researcher Dan Reist wants teachers to focus on the historical, social and cultural aspects of psychoactive substances – so kids can make their own choices. "(Traditional) drug education and virtually all health education is not education … it’s trying to sell somebody on a particular issue or behaviour where you’ve already determined what you want them to do," said Reist, an assistant director at the Centre for Addictions Research of B.C. "(For example) every civilization they cover, psychoactive substances are part of their religions, their economy, but every socials studies class doesn’t cover that … if we bring that perspective to it, suddenly this stuff doesn’t become a drug class where everybody makes jokes of it.
Monroe News StarMarijuana fight returning to Legislature this sessionMonroe News StarState Rep. Dalton Honoré, D-Baton Rouge, is looking to Colorado as he prepares for the fight in the Legislature over upcoming marijuana legislation. “As we speak, I'm in Colorado now talking with legislators and policy advisers to see how the program …Louisiana lawmaker looking to Colorado for marijuana successThe Denver Post (blog)all 4 news articles »