In his letter, Sessions questions the power of the Cole Memorandum
Canadian Medical Experts Say Cannabis Can Help Reduce Opioid Use
Medicinal Cannabis was legalized for use under strict conditions last year in Australia but advocates say it's still extremely difficult to access.
Earlier this year, a federal court in New York found resident Bryant Hudson guilty of structuring charges.
'I'm tired America, can I come home now'?
Sincerely,The United States Army
A bill now pending in the Missouri state legislature has whipped up a firestorm of controversy. Judges and prosecutors there call it "a gut-punch to democracy," "an invitation to anarchy," and a bill that "flies in the face of everything this country stands for." One county prosecutor has even called for the resignation of the 20 state representatives who introduced the bill.
Now officially a national federal emergency, the opioid crisis is gutting America.
Chuck Campbell was sentenced by Chief District Court Judge Dana Christensen in U.S. District Court in Missoula.
Presidential Candidates Back Marijuana Justice Act, But What Would It Do? The bill would end the War on Drugs and allot funds to repair the damage it caused low-income communities.
Our favorite backwoods southern lawyer, Jeff Sessions, took another one on the chin when the Senate Appropriations Committee approved an amendment to a budget bill to protect medical marijuana programs from federal interference in states that have legalized the drug for medical use.
There are no violent gangs fighting over aspirin territories. There are no violent gangs fighting over whiskey territories or computer territories or anything else that's legal.
Volunteer Coders Partner With San Francisco to Clear 9,300 Marijuana Arrest Records. People arrested with a joint long ago were saddled with criminal records for decades.