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VANCOUVER/CKNW(AM980) - One of three medical marijuana advocates suing the city of Vancouver after his federally licensed grow-op was raided, says the group is seeking an injunction against Vancouver’s grow busters drug team.
I was having problems connecting with the vibes for the ceremonies. The Temple Dragon Crew was having dinner the second night when I finally broke through. I looked over at Anthony and said, "You're an owl." Once I got tuned in, I started to pick up on other people's animal ...
WASHINGTON (CNN) -- The Supreme Court Monday, without comment, rejected the appeal of Florida felons seeking to regain their right to vote.
ASTANA (Reuters) - Kazakhstan's Foreign Ministry threatened legal action on Monday against comedian Sacha Baron Cohen, who wins laughs by portraying the central Asian state as a country populated by drunks who enjoy cow-punching as a sport.
Marijuana-growing is an old and venerable occupation in the northern province of Balkh. The province is famous for "shirak", a high-quality hashish made by experts and marketed inside Afghanistan. Friday nights are traditional shirak-party nights, where relaxing with a pipe ...
PALM SPRINGS, CA-November 14, 2005 - Ronald Meyers called police when he heard suspicious noises outside his home. He ended up in jail after officers saw something suspicious inside the home: an eight-foot tall pot plant and nearly $100,000 of marijuana.
AN episode of the SBS comedy Fat Pizza in which a drug deal is filmed and a group of schoolchildren watch a character smoke what looks likes marijuana is under investigation by the broadcasting regulator.
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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.