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By Nick Barrickman 18 December 2014 In a blow to the Fourth Amendment’s protection against unreasonable searches and seizures, the...
The federal government is stockpiling hundreds of “suspicious activity reports” that could provide federal agents with sufficient evidence to shut...
Originally posted on Kentucky Marijuana Party:In reference to the last post regarding the enforcement of marijuana laws on tribal lands:...
Justice Department on Thursday will tell U.S. attorneys to not prevent tribes from growing or selling marijuana on the sovereign lands
U.S. won’t stop Native Americans from growing, selling pot on their lands By Timothy M. Phelps contact the reporter Business...
With all the upheaval in Washington, it isn’t likely that federal proposals to tax marijuana will pass anytime soon. Yet...
The proposed congressional budget released Tuesday night prevents the Department of Justice from using funds to undermine state laws regarding...
By Samuel T. Wilkinson December 5 at 8:09 PM Samuel Wilkinson is a resident physician at the Yale School of...
Marijuana is the most commonly used illicit drug in the US, and its prevalence among adolescents and young adults has...
Today is the 81st anniversary of the repeal of federal alcohol prohibition. The 21st Amendment ended the failed experiment of...
"WE seeks to remove all penalties for adults 18 and over who choose to consume cannabis in a responsible manner."
"We demand an end to the war on productive and otherwise law abiding citizens by the powers that be who claim to protect us."
"We demand the right to use any medication our healthcare providers and we deem fit without government interference."
We demand the release of all people imprisoned on marijuana charges and that their criminal records be expunged.
We demand that all property seized in marijuana raids be returned to the rightful owners at once.
We demand that our law enforcement officers make more efficient use of our tax dollars and use the resources they have at their disposal to go after violent criminals and crimes that actually have victims.
We demand the right to grow marijuana for personal consumption, just as alcohol can be brewed at home legally and so long that it is not sold it should therefore remain untaxed.
We demand that you stop treating us like second class citizens for consuming something that is less dangerous than alcohol and tobacco, both of which are legal and cause numerous deaths each year. Cannabis has never caused one.