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Could Ecstasy, LSD and magic mushrooms one day be legitimate prescription medicines? It sounds unlikely, but doctors and researchers in the US and across Europe believe it is possible and that new science will prove the case.
A JUROR from Crewe has been discharged from a rape case after being caught smoking cannabis in crown court toilets.
By Mitch Myers
SYDNEY, Australia (AP) — An Australian man's complaint of an break-in at his home went to pot Friday when police arrested him for growing marijuana.
Tampa police arrested a woman Thursday night who they say told her daughter to score some drugs for her from school.
In an unprecedented show of support for the global medical cannabis community, the Supreme Court in the Czech Republic, has decided in favour of growing cannabis destined for medical applications, according to a news report broadcast by Radio Praha in Prague.
Scientists in Scotland are looking for two-hundred cannabis users so they can find out whether the drug harms people's bones.
Are you hosting a St. Patrick’s Day party tonight? Looking for a disc to play between The Monks of Glenstal Abbey Sing Old Irish Ditties and the inevitable U2’s Greatest Hits box set? Why not try something from the Saw Doctors, Ireland’s favorite contempora...
WHAT: A Press Conference on a Constitutional Challenge to Massachusetts’ Marijuana Laws and a Request for a Special Jury Instruction