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Marijuana Might Help Alleviate the Latest Drug Epidemic

Heroin use and overdose deaths are increasing rapidly in the United States, according to a recent report by the Center for Disease Control. However, medical marijuana could help change that. 

Details Emerge in Mexican Narco-Gang Massacre

Last week, Mexico's independent Miguel Agustín Pro Juárez Human Rights Center (or Center Prodh) released new evidence that high-ranking military officers gave soldiers orders to kill prior to a mass slaying of more than 20 s...

Chile Moves Toward Cannabis Decriminalization

Cheers broke out in the public gallery Tuesday as Chile's Chamber of Deputies voted 68 to 39 with five abstentions to decriminalize cannabis—including a provision for cultivation. 

Veteran with PTSD Faces Life Sentence for Growing 6 Pot Plants

Last year, Kris Lewandowski, a disabled three-term Iraqi War veteran with PTSD, was arrested in Oklahoma for growing and using pot to treat his symptoms, but that was just the beginning of his problems.

Chicago Police Didn’t Mess with Deadheads Over the Weekend, Money May Have Played a Part

Over the weekend, a record-breaking crowd of more than 70,000 Deadheads gathered at Soldier Field in Chicago to catch the final performances of the Grateful Dead’s “Fare Thee Well” tour. However, unlike in years past, very few of those in attendance were...

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