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British Columbia's self-proclaimed "Prince of Pot" says the Canadian government has nixed a plea bargain with U.S. authorities that would have seen him spend five years in prison.
SCHAPELLE CORBY has lost the final appeal against her 20-year drug trafficking sentence.
AMSTERDAM (Thomson Financial) - Dutch health minister Ab Klink said visitors to coffee shops will be free to smoke marijuana as long as it is not mixed with tobacco, after a smoking ban affecting all restaurants and bars goes into effect on July 1.
MIAMI (Reuters) - Miami police could soon be the first in the United States to use cutting-edge, spy-in-the-sky technology to beef up their fight against crime.
By Mitch Myers
One of the goals of the 420 Campaign is to encourage people to contact Congress every year on or around April 20th to mobilize support for marijuana’s legalization.
STURGEON BAY - The musty smell of a man's money led to his arrest on possible drug charges.