October 11, 2011

BhudevaHemp has been grown everywhere for thousands of years. It is only in the last 75 years that is cultivation has been irrationally outlawed in the United States.​Veto of SB 676…

September 19, 2011

Photo: Elaine ThompsonSeattle Mayor Mike McGinn: “We hope that if we can demonstrate, here in Seattle, a more sane approach to how we can work with this, that we can continue to…

September 19, 2011

Photo: KOMO NewsAll charges against Guy Casey, above, were dismissed—but the cops still don’t want to give his medical marijuana back.​Two operators of a Tacoma, Washington…

September 19, 2011

Graphic: Newser​As of today, July 1 in Connecticut, getting caught with less than half an ounce of marijuana no longer gets you a ride in the back seat of a police car.Instead,...

August 06, 2012

Late yesterday, Congresswoman and Democratic Representative out of California, Barbara Lee, along with seven other initial co-sponsors, introduced HR 6335. HR 6335 or the States’...

July 18, 2012

Asian American Bar AssociationFederal judge Donna Ryu ordered a defendant to stop taking the legal prescription drug Marinol because it causes the court a problem on drug testsA…

June 30, 2012

THC FinderFederal Court Judge Acknowledges Authority of a State Medical Marijuana LawBy Philip DawdyCannabis ActivistA recent federal district court ruling in Spokane, Washington is…

June 24, 2012

Freedom of Medicine and DietDana Beal: “I’m not a run-of-the-mill drug runner. I’m a medical advocate. I had to do it.“A Nebraska judge this week rejected an effort by one of the…

May 27, 2012

San Diego Americans for Safe AccessDexter Padilla, left, shown with his wife Mariesol, saw the case against him dismissed after a mistrial on ThursdayAnother devastating blow to San…

May 10, 2012

CarInsurance.orgHighway fatalities have fallen steadily every year since states began passing medical marijuana laws. They are now at their lowest point since 1949.If marijuana…

May 09, 2012

Legal HeraldIn what seems to be the first event of its kind nationwide, a Denver attorney has lost her liability insurance because part of her practice involves representing medical…

May 03, 2012

Billings GazetteRichard Flor, 68, was sentenced to five years in prison for growing medical marijuana in MontanaA former medical marijuana provider in Montana is appealing his five-...

March 07, 2012

THC Finder​A Los Angeles Superior Court judge on Friday denied an injunction against Long Beach’s ban on medical marijuana dispensaries.Opponents of the two-week-old law sought the…

March 07, 2012

Chris Buck/Mother JonesDerek Peterson and Dhar Mann were business partners, then enemies, and now a truce has been struck​Multiple lawsuits between estranged medical marijuana…

February 25, 2012

True News​San Luis Obispo County prosecutors are now 0-11 in their yearlong effort to convict a dozen medical marijuana collective operators, after a SLO Superior Court judge…

February 13, 2012

hamptonroads.com​Do the police have a right to get a search warrant for your home if a police dog outside indicates the presence of drugs? The United States Supreme Court could…

February 13, 2012

MissoulianU.S. District Court Judge Donald Molloy ruled on Friday that Montana’s medical marijuana providers can be prosecuted under federal law even if they are strictly following…

February 13, 2012

Rory Murray/OC Weekly​Sentencing for medical marijuana defendants Joe Grumbine and Joe Byron—convicted of cannabis sales in relation to a pair of dispensaries in Long Beach,...

February 13, 2012

The Daily Record​Only 18 Of 32 Drug Courts Showed Statistically Significant Reduction In Re-Arrest Rates Of ParticipantsDrug courts, hailed just a few years ago as the salvation of…

February 13, 2012

Council of Conservative CitizensU.S. District Judge Susan Bolton: Gov. Jan Brewer and her Attorney General “have not shown that any action against state employees in this state is…

February 13, 2012

Commentopia​Big Victory: Obama Administration Dealt Stinging, Unanimous Rebuke By High CourtThe Supreme Court ruled unanimously on Monday that law enforcement authorities need a…

February 13, 2012

A meeting between California Assemblyman Tom Ammiano (left) and U.S. Attorney Melinda Haag ended only in frustration​California Assemblymember Tom Ammiano (D-San Francisco) on…

February 13, 2012

Alan Diaz/AP​The U.S. Supreme Court has agreed to decide whether a police dog’s sniff outside the front door of a house being used to grow marijuana violates a suspect’s…

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