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Of The TRENTON -- A White House drug enforcement official on yesterday dismissed efforts to pass a medical marijuana law in New Jersey, saying "anecdotal evidence should not drive our nation’s approval process for prescription drugs.’’
Hey guy and gals in ganja land,
MIAMI - The proposed withdrawal of Army air support from a U.S.-Bahamas anti-drug effort could entice cocaine and marijuana smugglers to return to the vast island chain and may undo more than two decades of progress, key U.S. lawmakers and Bahamian officials said.
TRENTON, N.J. -- Proponents and opponents of a medical marijuana law are gathering in Trenton for a Senate committee hearing.
By David Bienenstock
"I AM continually shocked and appalled at the details people voluntarily post online about themselves." So says Jon Callas, chief security officer at PGP, a Silicon Valley-based maker of encryption software. He is far from alone in noticing that fast-growing social networkin...
At least six people have been arrested since Wednesday morning on drug-related charges, as police deploy extra patrols and a check lane geared toward the start of the 15,000-person Wakarusa Music & Camping Festival.
Six stoners board a houseboat in Amsterdam and are given unlimited access to nineteen different strains of the dankest pot. Their mission: To eliminate strains over a three-day period until only one remains. The final strain will be the winner of the Cannabis Cup. Day Two: ...
Preliminary approval for random testing of New Jersey high school athletes next year has not sparked much interest from Maryland athletic officials to follow the Garden State's lead.
June 6, 2006 - NEW Jersey might become the next state to legalize medical marijuana, if Montel Williams has anything to do with it. The talk-show host is scheduled to speak soon at a hearing on the pain-killing herb in Trenton, and he's already been honored by the D.C.-based...