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Last night, the U.S. House of Representatives again thumbed its nose at compassion and common sense by rejecting the Hinchey-Rohrabacher amendment, which would have prohibited the federal government from undermining state medical marijuana laws. The final vote was 163 for / ...
If you don’t know anything about New Riders of the Purple Sage other than the awards they’ve won — turns out you know them pretty well.
This summer, bikers at the annual Sturgis Motorcycle Rally held in Sturgis, SD may find themselves amid a brewing controversy if they visit a new bar slated to open at Bear Butte, a startling volcanic formation near Sturgis that rises from the surrounding prairie. Located ab...
By Steve Bloom
Boosted by its overwhelming victory in the referendum on devolution yesterday, the centre-left Government of Romano Prodi has moved to dismantle yet another legacy of the Berlusconi era by overturning its “zero tolerance” drugs policy.
AUSTRALIA and Indonesia suddenly have moved closer to a prisoner-exchange deal, which is expected to be signed in Bali today.
By Steve Bloom
The British Government's decision to downgrade cannabis to a Class C drug has been criticised by the head of the United Nations anti-drugs department.
The health-enhancing properties of hemp have come under the spotlight this month with the launch of a drink containing hemp-blossom syrup (Cannabis sativa) in the UK, which is also being tested by multiple sclerosis sufferers for its potential to alleviate lag pain and spasm...