In the spirit of testing the boundaries of both prohibition and the Hoosier state’s newfound dedication to discrimination, Indiana’s First Cannabis Church has announced plans to hold its first-ever reefer revival at the beginning of July.
While most law enforcement agencies across the United States continue to treat drug users as though they are common criminals, some have cast out their old school methodologies and adopted a more common sense approach to combating the scourge of addiction on their city st...
According to Chinese authorities, the country is experiencing a rapid rise in abuse of synthetic drugs. This spike in use has reportedly led to an increase in cross-border trafficking and an internal rise in synthetic drug production.
More than 700 pot plants were discovered growing in an island around Berlin, Germany's busiest train station.
On Monday, Ohio State Rep. Mike Curtin (D-Marble Cliff) issued a memo to his fellow Democrats requesting support for a resolution urging voters to reject a potential state constitutional amendment that would legalize cannabis for medical and recreational purposes.