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Harsh Abuses Seen in Burma Opium War

Despite a democratic opening and hopes for peace with the ethnic insurgencies in the northern hinterlands, horrific accounts of rights abuses continue to emerge from the multi-sided war over Burma's opium production.

America's Oldest Weekly Magazine Turns 150

The Nation is celebrating its 150th anniversary this year – and there’s a lot to celebrate. At 150, The Nation is the oldest weekly magazine in the United States. Since its founding shortly after the Civil War, on July 6, 1865, Th...

Part-Time Cannabusiness Workers Create Challenges for CEOs

Legal marijuana is seeing job growth in areas tied to retail sales, distribution and back office operations, according to marijuana jobs listing website WeedHire’s 2014 4th Quarter Cannabis Jobs Report. “We’re seeing a request for ski...

Washington MD Ad Ban Deemed Unconstitutional

It is unconstitutional for the state of Washington to ban the use of advertising by physicians to promote services pertaining to medical marijuana. This is the verdict of a Pierce County Superior Court judge, who claims a law imposed by the state that explicitly...

Nashville Referendum Could Protect Pot Offenders

Although the state of Tennessee has not made a lot of noise in recent years with regard to changing its prohibitionary stance on marijuana, advocates in Nashville have taken it upon themselves to introduce a measure that would prevent the city from spending mone...

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