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GUIDE TO INDOOR GANJA GROWING
FRANKLIN, Ky. (AP) - It was reminiscent of a "Get Smart" television episode, but instead of detective Maxwell Smart taking the secret elevator to the hidden criminal operation, it was Kentucky State Police.
The NORML staff and I mourn the passing of longtime medical-marijuana activist and patient Steve McWilliams, who took his own life in July after suffering years of ill health and federal persecution. McWilliams was 51.
CENTRAL POINT, Oregon — Detective Josh Moulin is a criminal forensic expert quite unlike the well-dressed heroes you see stalking bad guys across a fictional Miami every Monday night on CBS.
JOSHUA TREE - One hundred dollars, a chronic medical condition and a note from a doctor can get you free reign to possess and use marijuana.
ALBANY -- In the midst of the salacious propositions, Smoov's ad grabbed the attention of the detectives who'd been tipped about it.
COLUMBIA, Mo. - A compromise proposal to change a voter-approved marijuana possession law would prevent certain repeat drug offenders and those convicted of other crimes from taking advantage of the new law's lenient sentencing guidelines.
A leading lingerie company has joined Japan's fight against high fuel use, unveiling a heated bra for winter. The fluffy creation contains special pads filled with an eco-friendly gel that can be easily heated in a microwave or with a hot water bottle. The design also includ...
MERRIMACK, N.H. --Police say a 19-year-old convenience store clerk fell asleep on two jobs this week: minding the store and selling drugs.
In the first study of its kind, researchers have found that peyote -- for now, the only legal hallucinogenic drug in the United States -- doesn't rob regular users of brain power over time.